Kim Jong Eun

Kim Jong Eun:

see Kim Jong Un under Kim Il SungKim Il Sung
, 1912–94, North Korean political leader, chief of state of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (1948–94); originally named Kim Sung Chu. While fighting Japanese occupation forces in the 1930s, he adopted the name Kim Il Sung after a famous Korean
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The Kim Jong Eun regime will again collect $90 million per year in wages allegedly for its workers, a sum that, believe it or not, could make a critical difference in its survival.
But North Korean reformers, he warned, be it its current leader Kim Jong Eun or someone else, would first be adored by the public but later considered an obstacle to more "radical change and, eventually, unification with the fabulously rich South".
We know he was very ugly and spawned a son, Kim Jong Eun, who is even uglier.
During brief ceremonies on the palace grounds before and after the procession, that lasted three hours, Kim's third son, Kim Jong Eun, walked at the right-front corner of the hearse bearing the former leader's body.
DANDONG, China Kim Jong Eun is often described by foreign government officials and analysts as the most intriguing person in North Korea,.
19 ( ANI ): North Korean dictator Kim Jong Eun has been selected by Time magazine as their man of the year.
The latest Stalinist ruler, 29-year-old Kim Jong Eun, is reportedly struggling to consolidate power; the anniversary of his father's death is coming up; and something had to be done to deliver on the regime's promise that 2012 would be a year of "strength and prosperity.
This holiday season, Kim Jong Eun wants to remind everyone that he's armed and dangerous.
Washington, Nov 30 ( ANI ): North Korea's young leader Kim Jong Eun is believed to have replaced another defense chief, South Korean officials have said.
After the death of North Korean leader Kim Jong Il in December, his son and heir to power, Kim Jong Eun, ordered that imprisonment for someone caught illegally leaving the country would also be extended to the person's older and younger relatives.
Meanwhile, Obama had also said that it was still unclear who exactly was 'calling the shots' within the North Korean regime as new leader Kim Jong Eun attempts to bolster his authority.
In 2009, reports emerged that Kim had chosen the youngest of his three sons, Kim Jong Eun, to carry on the family's regime.