The Secret Life of Kim Jong Un's Wife Ri Sol Ju


Few details are known about Ri Sol-ju, the woman who in 2012 was identified as the wife of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. "I don't think he's going to ever do any of these things". South Korean intelligence suspects she once studied singing in China, and visited South Korea in 2005 as a member of North Korea's cheerleading squad.

When the half brother of North Korea's dictator was assassinated in an airport in Malaysia this past February, it looked to the world like an amateur assassination attempt-the two women who smeared him with a deadly nerve agent wore conspicuous clothing, and neither they nor the North Korean operatives working with them bothered to cover their faces. Leave your comments below.

It sure would be nice for once to see the flipside of the coin, instead of the one-sided, USA coin that informs the world they are right, no matter how many innocents get pummeled around the world in so many useless wars that have no end.

Reflecting the often cooler language used by Trump's staff, Defense Secretary James Mattis said Tuesday that the president wanted to "solve this diplomatically, and I believe President Trump has been very clear on this issue".

Kim has not abandoned his father and grandfather's style of absolute rule, and in some ways, enhanced its ruthlessness by allegedly purging high-ranking officials skeptical of the youngest Kim's leadership. USA troops have been staring at North Korea from South Korea forever.

The name is a title commonly given to President John F. Kennedy and First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy's marriage, which was often depicted with great admiration in US media at the time.

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Little is known about Ri Sol-ju South Korean reports say she is 28 and has three children. "This type of dynamic is sort of an analogy for the future of North Korea overall".

While away from North Korea, he was never safe. In July, North Korea tested its first intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs).

North Korea did invade South Korea in 1950 and bombed Yeonpyeong Island in 2010.

Kim and Trump may share an affinity for name-calling and nuclear weapons, but their similarities don't seem to extend far past that.

Kim, however, has gone out of his way to appeal to younger generations, not that they had a choice in leadership.