North Korea ended three hours of funeral ceremony as their last tribute to their leader, Kim Jong Il. Local government television broadcasted, the tribute’s end was closed by funeral vehicle line entered Kumsusan Memorial palace which had prepared before.
“The ceremony has over,” said a government spokesperson.
Recently, hundred thousands of soldiers and North Korea citizens gathered under snow rain outside Kumusan Memorial Palace, Pyongyang.
Previously, government television station also reported not to broadcast the funeral procession directly. Since it was started on Wednesday (28/12/2011) morning, the foreign countries representatives in Pyongyang were asked to gather in Sports Stadium to be picked up and brought to Kumsusan Memorial Palace, which became central location of funeral procession.