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|Revised Romanization||Gang Pan-seok|
Kang Pan-sŏk (April 21, 1892 – July 31, 1932) was the mother of North Korean leader Kim Il-sung. She was a Korean independence activist and Communist politician. April 21 is a day of memorial for her in North Korea, when a wreath-laying ceremony is held at Chilgol Revolutionary Site, in what was Chilgol-ri, a town once in Pyongan Province and today part of Pyongyang.