Kim Jong Un death: According to the Japanese magazine, earlier this month, Kim Jong Un underwent heart surgery and may be dead or in a vegetative state.
But without any proof of his death, the hashtag #KimJongUndead was trending on Twitter.
Kim Jong Un death: Kim Jong Un, the leader of North Korea, did not attend another important event Saturday. China has sent the medical team to check the health of North Korea’s leader.
- There was an 88th anniversary of the Korean People’s Revolutionary Army on Saturday. But according to the South Korea media, which reported the country’s supreme leader, Kim Jong, was missing.
- The nonattendance of Kim, who is believed to be 36 years of age, has prodded theory over his health, with reports extending from that he is gravely ill after a cardiovascular operation to that he’s as of now dead.
- President Donald Trump said Thursday that he thought the reports that Kim is in grave health were “wrong,” while another official acquainted with U.S. intelligence disclosed to Reuters that while Kim is known to have medical problems, there is no proof he is genuinely sick.
- As per North Korea state media reports, Kim’s last confirmed public appearance was on 11 April, when he led a meeting of the ruling Workers’ Party committee of policymakers.
Kim is accepted to be an overwhelming smoker and seems to have put on weight since he took power after the demise of his dad, Kim Jong Il, in 2011.
The ruling family of North Korea is said to have a past filled with cardiovascular issues, with both Kim’s dad Kim Jong Il and grandfather Kim Il Sung answered to have kicked the bucket from coronary attacks.
How old is Kim Jong Un?
Date of Birth: January 8, 1984
Kim Jong Un age: 36 years
Birthplace: Pyongyang, North Korea
Height: 1.7 m
Kim Jong Un Wife: Ri Sol-Ju (m. 2009)
Education: School Liebefeld Steinhölzli (1998–2000), Kim Il-sung University (2002–2007), Kim Il-sung Military University
Children: Kim Ju-ae
Does North Korea have Internet?
Internet in North Korea. Internet access is only allowed for primarily used for government purposes, and with special authorization and by foreigners.
The country has some broadband infrastructure to links between major institutions.