The destiny of the nation depends on how it maintains its unique tradition. The same goes for victory or defeat in the revolution.
The victory of the revolution lies in firmly keeping and purely inheriting the revolutionary traditions, the historical root and lifeblood of the revolution.
The revolutionary traditions of the Workers' Party of Korea were provided during the anti-Japanese revolutionary struggle organized and waged around Mt. Paektu under the guidance of the great leader Kim Il Sung. They are called the revolutionary traditions of the Paektu.
The revolutionary traditions of the Paektu comprehend the guiding ideology of the revolution, indomitable revolutionary spirit, rich experience in struggle and valuable exploits which should be regarded as a guideline in the whole process of accomplishing the revolutionary cause.
The Korean Revolution Museum, an immense edifice for the education in revolutionary traditions, is on Mansu Hill in the heart of the capital Pyongyang.
It was built and inaugurated in April Juche 61(1972). In March Juche 106(2017) it was wonderfully rebuilt into a great national treasure house showing the history of the Korean revolution under the energetic leadership of the respected Kim Jong Un.
Ri Hye Ok, Official of the Korean Revolution Museum, says:
"The respected Kim Jong Un visited the Korean Revolution Museum on March 27, 2017, a few days before its inaugural ceremony.
That day, he said it is a very urgent and important issue at present to strengthen the education in revolutionary traditions and stressed the need to strengthen the education in revolutionary traditions at the time when the new generations have become the pillar of revolution.
Afterwards, too, whenever opportunities permitted, he earnestly said: Only when we organize well the study tour of the revolutionary battle sites in the area of Mt. Paektu, is it possible to have a correct understanding of the historical root of the Korean revolution. What we should adhere to and inherit forever is the revolutionary traditions of the Paektu. It should never be changed even after one hundred years, nay, one thousand years."
The revolutionary traditions of the Paektu, the great tradition of the Korean revolution, will be immortal no matter how many years may go by.