National Flag of North Korea are flying at half mast today in every flagpole in the country.
Today, Korean men are not ashamed of the tears from the eyes of the floods. People representing all segments of the population of North Korea, field workers to academics, soldiers younger schoolchildren are flourishing arms, expressing his infinite love for the party leader.
Many mourners are lying on the floor, following an ancient tradition of devotion laments for dead.
Standing in lines, participants of both sexes and all ages compete in mourning the untimely death of Kim Jong-il, who died of “fatigue and overwork” at the age of 69.
The pain after the death of the “Dear Leader” seems to be genuine. In fact, few words to describe what is really happening on the streets of the cities of North Korea. It seems that millions have come to share their grief with others. Many do not hesitate to talk about the cameras of state television channels.
The moaning and crying is what fills the diffusion of radio and television broadcasts from Pyongyang. North Korea, Central Telegraph Agency is to keep track of telegrams of condolence from around the world.
Even the most experienced TV presenters, who have covered many traumatic news in the last years of his work, he could barely open and close her tears while reporting the death of the leader.
After 17 years of serving his people, Kim Jong-il died in his armored train during a regular working trip across the country.