Kim Jong-un’s death claims are circulated in various news sources. All the details about Kim Jong-un’s life, which came to the fore with North Korea’s missile speeches, are in our news. So who is Kim Jong-un? Is Kim Jong-un dead?
The life of Kim Jong-un, who came to the agenda with allegations that he was dead, is curious. You can follow the information about the political career and life of Kim Jong, leader of North Korea and the leader of the workers’ party, on our page. Here are the details about the North Korean leader…
WHO IS JONG-UN DEAD?
The rumors that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, who has been spoken in social media for days, died, had come to the fore when Japanese media claimed that he had entered herbal life.
The Japanese claimed that Kim had entered herbal life during a failed heart surgery.
HKS TV in Hong Kong Autonomous Administration of China, this time after the incredible claim of the Japanese, claimed that Kim died of a heart problem.
WHO IS JONG-UN?
Kim Jong-un is a North Korean politician who was born in January 8, 1983 or 1984, the Supreme Leader of North Korea since 2011 and the President of the Korean Workers Party since 2012. Kim is the second child of Ko Yong-hui (1952-2004) and Kim Jong-il (1941-2011), the country’s second leader from 1994 to 2011. He is the grandson of Kim Il-sung, the founder and first leader of North Korea from 1948 to 1994. Kim is the first North Korean leader to be born after the country’s foundation, and is also the second youngest government president in the world.
From the end of 2010, Kim Jong-un was considered the heir to the leadership of the KDHC, and after the death of the old Kim, the North Korean state television declared it “The Great Success”. Kim was the President of the Korean Labor Party (as First Secretary between 2012 and 2016), Head of the Central Military Commission, Head of the State Affairs Commission, and the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. and a member of the Korean Workers’ Party Policy Presidency, the highest decision-making body in North Korea. Kim was promoted to the rank of North Korean Marshal in the Korean People’s Army on July 18, 2012, and reinforced his post as the High Command of the Armed Forces. North Korean state media often call it Marshal Kim Jong-un, “Marshal” or “Aziz Hasmetli”.
On December 12, 2013, Kim ordered the execution of his uncle Jang Song-thaek for “betrayal”. Kim believes that he ordered his half-brother Kim Jong-nam to assassinate in Malaysia in February 2017.
In 2018, Kim Jong-un and South Korean Moon Jae-in met twice at Panmunjom and once at Pyongyang on the border between North and South. On June 12, 2018, Kim and U.S. President Donald Trump met at a summit in Singapore during the first talks between the North Korean leader and the U.S. presidency to discuss the North Korean nuclear program. A follow-up meeting in Hanoi in February 2019 ended suddenly without an agreement. On April 25, 2019, Kim and Russian President Vladimir Putin held their first summit in Vladivostok, Russia. On June 30, 2019, Kim met with South Korean President Moon Jae-in and US President Donald Trump in the Demilitarized Zone of Korea.
In 2009, reports suggested that Kim Jong-un was diabetic and suffered from hypertension. It is also known to smoke.
Kim Jong-un did not appear in public for six weeks in September and October 2014. State media reported that it suffered from a “disturbing physical condition”. He had such a problem before. When he appeared, he was using a cane.
The South Korean government stated in September 2015 that Kim had gained 30 pounds of body weight in the previous five years, and an estimated total of 130 kg (290 lb) of body weight.