페이지 정보작성자 James Park 작성일19-06-01 01:04 조회484회 댓글2건
Definitely not. Chosun Ilbo is an extremely conservative South Korean newspaper that is citing one unidentified source "who knows about North Korea." Another bogus story, but it's good to see this in a mainstream media piece on it:
'If Friday's report is wrong, it would not be the first time for South Korean media and officials.
South Korean intelligence officials in 2016 said that Kim Jong Un had Ri Yong Gil, a former North Korean military chief, executed for corruption and other charges. North Korea's state media months later showed that Ri was alive and in possession of several new senior posts.
In 2013, the Chosun Ilbo reported that Hyon Song Wol, a famous North Korean artist the newspaper described as Kim's "ex-girlfriend," was executed in public along with several other performers over accusations that they filmed themselves having sex and selling the videos.
Hyon, the leader of Kim's hand-picked Moranbong all-female band, was very much alive and later emerged as a key member of Kim's government, accompanying him in his meetings with Mr. Trump and South Korean President Moon Jae-in.'