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Wednesday, 4 November 2015

Kim Jong-un

Kim Jong-un is the supreme leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea , commonly referred to as North Korea. He is the son of Kim Jong-il (1941–2011) and the grandson of Kim Il-sung (1912–1994).

Ko Yong-Hui, late mother of Kim Jong-Un, was half-Japanese and was born in Osaka, Japan.

Kim Jong-Un became Kim Jong-Il's heir after his oldest son (Kim Jong-Nam) tried to sneak into Japan so he could go to Disneyland.

Kim Jong-un's great-grandfather was a Korean independence activist and a devout Christian missionary.

In North Korean schools, a third of the instruction that students receive is simply information and praise about the Kim family.

Kim Jong Un learned to drive at the age of three according to a textbook in North Korea.

Kim Jong Un spent several years in Switzerland under a pseudonym he attended the Liebefeld Steinhölzli school in Köniz near Bern under the name "Pak-un" or "Un-pak" from 1998 until 2000 as the son of an employee of the Embassy of North Korea.

A year before he came to power in North Korea, his father told officials to make a list of all people with the name Kim Jong-un and "train them to voluntarily change their names."

A North Korean official who was also Kim Jong Un's uncle was executed for clapping half-heartedly when Kim was elected.

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