On April 15th, people across the nation gathered to honor and pay tribute to the Great Leader Comrade Kim Il Sung, marking the most solemn day of the year in Korea.

Throughout the country, citizens from various backgrounds visited the statues of the Great Leader Comrade Kim Il Sung and the Great Leader Comrade Kim Jong Il, joining workers, military personnel, and students in expressing their heartfelt respect.

At the iconic statues on Mansu Hill in Pyongyang, floral tributes were placed on behalf of governmental bodies, military institutions, social organizations, and various other entities. The flower baskets symbolized the unity and reverence felt by the nation towards its revered leaders.

Reflecting on the revolutionary legacies of the Great Leader and the Great General, people from all walks of life looked up to the statues with deep admiration and gratitude.

In the capital city and other regions, including educational institutions like Kim Il Sung University and cultural hubs like Mansudae Art Studio, similar floral tributes were laid to honor the leaders’ enduring impact on the nation.

The act of laying flowers at the statues underscores the deep respect and admiration the Korean people hold for the leaders who have guided and inspired the nation throughout its history.