Wednesday’s performance featured up to 100,000 North Koreans and debuted routines set to odes to new leader Kim Jong Un. It’s the first “Arirang” since Kim came to power after his father, Kim Jong Il, died in December.
The mass performance with dancing and gymnastics is named after a Korean folk song.
Performers this year included children tumbling across May Day Stadium and students who create a huge moving backdrop of images set to music.
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