Seoul, South Korea | The soldiers demonstrated martial arts at a martial arts exhibition in the eyes of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and his sister and close adviser Kim Yoo Jong.
According to pictures aired on the KCTV channel on Tuesday, with a smile, he saw a man lying in broken bottles, with a concrete block placed on his chest.
“These soldiers, who were nurtured and nurtured by our party, have shown the strength, courage and determination of the Korean People’s Army around the world,” commented Ri Sun-hee, the regime’s favorite presenter.
Ms. Ri did not fail to point out that the strength of the participants was “given to them by our dear leader Kim Jong-un”.
This series was part of a protest demonstration organized by the North Korean military during the Defense Exhibition, which was an opportunity to provide this nuclear-armed country with possession of weapons, especially during the last intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) military parade of the year.
Other soldiers (some in uniform, others shirtless) smashed several layers of concrete bricks with punches or heads.
Others were beaten with a hammer in hand or arm, and a brick was broken in the chest of a soldier lying on a bed of nails.
The leader watched the demonstrations with applause and smiles as officials and his sister, Kim Jong Un, were appointed to the country’s highest-ranking executive at the end of September.
Korea has a long tradition of martial arts, and is the birthplace of taekwondo, the art of self-control.
Created after Japan’s occupation of Korea with dictator Park Chung-hee, backed by the South Korean military.
He then continued to travel to Pyongyang, where he died in 2002.
At the start of the exhibition on Tuesday, the North Korean leader said the United States was the “root cause” of the instability on the Korean Peninsula.
It was organized to mark the anniversary of the ruling Labor Party in Pyongyang.
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