The mystery surrounding North Korea dictator Kim Jong Un's.
South Korea’s government, which has a mixed record of tracking Pyongyang’s ruling elite, repeatedly downplayed speculation that Kim, believed to be 36, was in poor health following surgery.
In this view, what North Korea really wants is peace and prosperity. In reality, the regime requires a hostile outside world to justify its diversion of scarce resources into military programs, to be able to cast blame on others for the problems in the country’s economy, and to maintain the foundational myth that the Kim family is the sole protector of North Korea’s existence.
The South Korea Government has denied that North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un, is dead, saying that the dictator of the hermit nation is 'alive and well' There have been media reports in Chinese, Korean and American outlets that Kim was in a very poor state physically after undergoing heart surgery last week.
Although North Korea has not made clear who would potentially succeed Kim, some experts believe his sister, Kim Yo Jong, would step in as nominal leader, according to the Sun in the UK.
Dominating from 1961 until his assassination in 1979, Park Chung Hee was a powerful anti-Communist dictator and the president of South Korea. He used the forces of torture and fatal violence to bring forth his authority for his country. Park served in the Japanese Imperial armed forces where he was inspired to rule and bring up Korea’s economy. In the early years of his dominance, Korea.
The South Korean government asserts North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un is alive and appears to be holed-up at his luxurious mansion in the city of Wonsan, the capital of Kangwon province in the.
For several days, there have been rumors of communist North Korea’s porky-pig dictator Kim Jong Un, 36, being on the verge of death. Telling signs include the fact that he hasn’t been seen since April 11, and his absence from Saturday’s much-ballyhooed 88th anniversary of the birth of the Korean People’s Revolutionary Army.