NORTH KOREA CELEBRATES MISSILE LAUNCH WITH INTERPRETIVE TAP DANCE AND ROCKET SONGS

NORTH KOREA CELEBRATES MISSILE LAUNCH WITH INTERPRETIVE TAP DANCE AND ROCKET SONGS
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NORTH KOREA CELEBRATES MISSILE LAUNCH WITH INTERPRETIVE TAP DANCE AND ROCKET SONGS

North Korea celebrates the launch of its new test of intercontinental ballistic missiles – which according to some experts have the capacity to reach Alaska and the Pacific Northwest – with an artistic representation representing the departure of the Hwasong-14 rocket.

The Sunday show was described by KCNA, the North Korean state news agency, as an event “cherished [by] respected leader Kim Jong Un” and party officials.

Staff around Kim and senior military personnel mingled with the national defense scientists in the country who helped launch the missiles.

Musical elements include “color numbers” such as “Glory to our great party”, “The Glorious Motherland”, a slight relief in the form of “Republican artillery rocket march” and a dance group of the barrel routine including Carried out a song called “Toast by the Overcomers.”

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un reacts with scientists and technicians of the DPRK Defense Academy after the intercontinental ballistic missile test launched Hwasong-14 in this undated photo broadcast by Korea News Agency Korea Of the North (KCNA) in Pyongyang July 5, 2017.
Each artist praised the leadership and direction of Kim Jong Un. The information service of the North Korean government has approved that entertainment has shown that the leader “dedicated to carry out the great cause of President Kim Il Sung [founder of North Korea]” to “building a nuclear power “.

Kim Jong Un’s images on the floor were met with applause, the information service reported. But the loudest applause was reserved for the final number “Glory to Kim Jong Un.”

North Korea confirmed the launch of the missile on public television last week, announcing that Hwasong-14 reaches an altitude of 1,731 miles and traveled 600 miles before reaching the sea on July 3. It was the eleventh of North Korean missiles launched this year.

Donald Trump, referring to Kim Jong Un, twisted Tuesday morning “Does this man have anything better to do with his life”

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