“Yes, I killed my uncle. Look, every family has issues.” - Kim Jong-un A note from our attorneys: This is not a real quote -
Jang Song-thaek dismissed as 'power behind throne' due to capitalist and anti-revolutionary behaviour One-Minute Read LAST UPDATED AT 10:20 ON Mon 9 Dec 2013 KIM JONG UN’S uncle has been "purged" from his position within the North Korean...Show More Summary
It is not the first time rumors have surfaced that Jang Sung-taek was sacked by North Korea's ruling Kim family.
Is taking foreign visitors captive the way that Kim Jong-un, the supreme leader of North Korea, earns his battle stripes ("Another American Citizen Is Arrested in North Korea," NYT, 11/20/13)? Is it the way he carries on the divine right of Kings, North Korean style. Show More Summary
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has removed his uncle, Jang Song-thaek, from all positions of influence, according to South Korea’s top spy agency, the National Intelligence Service. Reports are that Jang, who married the Supreme Leader of North Korea’s aunt, has not been seen since two of his aides were publicly executed in North Korea.... Show More Summary
Watch this video our favorite (we can't imagine there are many) Kim Jong-un impersonator out of Hong Kong who embodies the DPRK's number one head honcho/man-baby down to a T until he opens his mouth, says things like 'dude' and acts like a cool guy you'd probably knock a few back with. [ more › ]
They say imitation is the highest form of flattery. If that’s true, the antics of one Hong Kong resident should be making North Korea’s babyfaced Supreme Leader's head swell even wider than its default bulbous size. Since landing a deal...Show More Summary
Rovio has confirmed to Washington Post that it did not license Angry Birds to North Korea’s new Android tablet called Samjiyon. The tablet comes preloaded with a pirated version of the game. Samjiyon has been receiving surprisingly hot early reviews and is apparently a perfectly serviceable 7-inch tablet. Show More Summary
Now this recently popular Kim Jong-un impersonator out of Hong Kong makes all the more sense. According to a spread in Elle Magazine from earlier this year, 'North Korea Chic' was the fall trend of 2013 and some of us didn't even get the memo until now. Sigh. [ more › ]
Howard, a Hong Kong musician, has parlayed his uncanny likeness to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un into a job as a professional Kim Jong-un impersonator. Barcroft TV recently took to the streets of Hong Kong with Howard, where he was thronged by curious passersby, some of whom believed he was indeed Kim Jong-un. Howard does […]
Matthew says, "Howard, a Hong Kong musician, has an uncanny resemblance to the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un. So Howard has perfected his facial expressions and hand-wave to capitalize on his new fame and career as a Kim Jong-un impersonator."
A musician from Hong Kong, William, has come to realize that he has an uncanny resemblance to the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un. With the growing infamy of the dictator, everyone is in shock and awe when William hits the street in character.
Although Kim Jong-Un is no stranger to the international spotlight – from hanging out with NBA legend Dennis Rodman to being named the Sexiest Man Alive in 2012 – the North Korean dictator is rarely photographed outside of Pyongyang....Show More Summary
North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong-un has an impersonator in Hong Kong. Hong Wrong interviewed the Australian Hong Konger, ‘Howard’, who had performed Kim Jong-un for an Israeli burger chain. Howard likes to wander around in Lan Kwai Fong and takes picture with passer-by so don't be surprise to run...
"I figured I best step up to the task given my likeness," the impersonator said. "All I have to do is eat and eat and then eat some more."
The boneless face, the Üter Zörker haircut, the all-around surly toddler demeanor—the only difference between this Kim Jong-un impersonator out of Hong Kong and the original Dennis Rodman BFF and DPRK supreme leader is that he is incredibly popular. [ more › ]
As many as 80 people were killed in a series of executions sanctioned by Kim Jong-un and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea — in one instance, as a stadium… READ ON
Hot on the heels of (reportedly) harnessing nuclear fusion and a slew of ballistic missile launches, South Korea's intelligence agency is now reporting that Kim Jong-Un's North Korea is developing an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) weapon. Show More Summary
We suppose that if you ignore his regime’s network of horrific internal gulags and refusal to grant individuals even the slightest shred of political freedoms, he’s probably a swell guy: Kim Jong-un, the leader of North Korea, is a “good guy”, a “good-hearted kid” who offers the best tequila to his guests on his private […]