Kim Jong-un is one of the most cruel dictators in the world, as well as a real geopolitical threat to the planet.
Pompous military parades, colossal statues of leaders, missile launches, weapons of mass destruction and Asian "Stalinism", are associated with his name.
The main purpose of his whole life is to create the most powerful nuclear weapons, with which he intends to turn all his enemies into radioactive ash.
At the same time, in his country, he is considered a "great reformer" who has changed people's lives for the better by giving them many rights and freedoms that the Koreans had not even dreamed of before.
Kim Jong-un’s biography consists of secrets and assumptions. According to official information, the leader of the DPRK was born on January 8, 1982 in Pyongyang, but sources of special services say that he is several years younger and was not born until 1984.
He intends to turn all his enemies into radioactive ash
Kim Jong-un’s education, as well as his whole life, is full of secrets. It is said that he studied at the Swiss international school in Bern, but the management of the school assures that the DPRK leader never crossed the threshold of this school.
According to the North Korean intelligence services, Kim Jong received individual education at home and does not have a single diploma from European universities.
On the political horizon of the DPRK, Kim Jong-un appeared in 2008, when rumours were spread about the deadly illness of his father, Kim Jong-il, who headed the country at that time.
On November 24, 2011 he was officially proclaimed Supreme Commander of the Korean People's Army, and a few days later he was elected chairman of the Central Committee of the ruling Labour Army.
The policy of the youngest North Korean leader, who came into power at 26 years, is full of impudence. He regularly throws a loud challenge to the whole world, proving his power by a "forbidden" nuclear method.
Bypassing all resolutions of the UN Security Council, Kim Jong-un continues his father's affair and develops the country's nuclear potential, threatening to destroy everyone who will try to stand in his way.
Kim Jong’s special “HUMANITY” is not different in the domestic policy of the DPRK. During his reign, he executed more than 70 people, which became a record among all the rulers of the country. He likes to organize public executions of officials who, in his opinion, conduct their activities against him.
Kim Jong-un's personal life, like his entire biography, does not have officially confirmed data. According to media reports, the leader of the DPRK has been married since 2009 to the dancer, Lee Seol-ju. The sources also assert that the North Korean leader is the father of two children.
Facts you may not have heard about North Korea and its leader
1. North Korea has its own time zone: the time for Pyongyang.
In 2015, North Korea recreated its time zone, Pyongyang time, which is 30 minutes behind the time zones of South Korea and Japan. The country moved to its own time zone on August 15, 2015 in honor of the 70th anniversary of liberation from Japan.
2. In 2015, the flight to China cost about $8,000, which is much more than the average North Korean citizen can afford, given that the per capita GDP in 2014 was $1,800.
3. The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in North Korea was worth 16.12 billion US dollars in 2015.
4. Only 19.5% of North Korea's area is suitable for growing crops; this is 23.3 thousand square kilometers. By area, it is comparable to the territory of New Hampshire.
5. North Korea occupies the fourth place in the world, in terms of its regular army size. 1,190 million people are ready to fight.
6. Regardless of whether he was born in 1983 or 1984, Kim Jong-un is currently the youngest head of state in the world.