North Korea converting heir-apparent's birthplace into a shrine

July 2010
East-Asia-Intel Reports;7/21/2010, p11
The article informs that Kim Jong-II, dictator of North Korea, is expected to formally designate his third son Kim Jong-Un as his successor in 2012. Tokyo-based activist said that Lee Young-Hwa stated that the nation has been building a kind of shrine in Kangdong County where Jong-Un was allegedly born. According to South Korea's spy chief Won Sei-Hoon, Kim Jong-II is hastening preparations for power transfer to Jong-Un.


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