Mangyongdae Schoolchildren's Palace
Kwangbok Street, Pyongyang, North Korea
Mangyongdae Schoolchildren's Palace Pyongyang Reviews
Musical and acrobatic performace by children May 06, 2010
The last place to visit during our time in North Korea, was a great one. When we arrived at the Mangyongdae Schoolchildren's Palace, we were hoping to see the schoolchildren in class, but we were treated to a performance of dance, music, song and acrobatics.
And compared to the Pyongyang Circus performance, this was so much more enjoyable. The enthusiasm of the kids and some of the performances were enthusiastic.
Some of the children were really talented, keeping their balance during acrobatic acts, a clear voice when singing, playing their instruments with great skill and choreography during the routines were impressive.
It was a great closure of all the places and sights we have seen in our time in North Korea.
As all the visits to the various sites were included in the tour, it was unknown to me about the costs. That's why I made them free.
(Note: pictures that show a * haven't been taken by me)
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