Mental Age Transcends Physical Age

History of the Korean revolution recorded a story about a girl, Kim Kum Sun, a member of the Children’s Corps, who was killed by the enemy but defended the Headquarters of revolution at the age of 9.

She was an innocent girl who did not know about human life.

But her noble ideological and mental world can’t be compared to the life of those who lived long but did nothing for the country and nation.

If she had been alive, she would have been called a grandmother.

The Korean people still remember Kim as a 9-year girl, “an immortal flower”.

Then, what made her transcend her physical age?

It was her mental age.

Loyalty of devotedly defending the leader, faith and revolutionary optimism of defying death cheerfully for national liberation made her transcend her physical age.