Kim Jong Un Is Apparently Alive And Sending Letters


While the assumptions about the North Korean leader being dead after botched heart surgery are still around, a state-run newspaper posts a touching letter from Kim Jong Un.

According to the Yonhap News Agency of South Korea, the main North Korean newspaper Rodong Sinmun has published gratitude to the state builders allegedly issued by Kim himself. 

“Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un has sent his appreciation to the workers who devoted themselves to building the Wonsan-Kalma tourist zone,” the letter reads. 

It also reported that the North Korean media has recently published several other news about Kim Jong Un sending diplomatic letters as well as gifts to honored citizens.

Kim Jong Un has not been seen in public since April 11th and missed an important state holiday, the 108th birth anniversary of Kim Il-Sung on April 15th. This has never happened before.

Satellite footage acquired by media outlets last week shows Kim’s train being stationed outside Pyongyang, at his Wonsan compound.

On April 26th Moon Chung-in, a special security adviser to South Korean President Moon Jae-in stated that Kim Jong Un is undoubtedly “alive and well”.

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