Kim Jong Nam

October 12, 2010 by staff 

Kim Jong Nam, Kim Jong Nam, eldest son of Kim Jong Il was adopted during his half-brother of Kim Jong-Eun to succeed his father in the management of the post of head of North Korea, has recently said he does not support third-generation succession.

Of course, the easy joke here is, “Do you approve of the estates of the third generation if you were the brother who has been appointed as the successor?” But there is more to this story that makes us love this guy.

Kim Jong-Nam is a North Korean ex-pat living in Japan with his family to a legacy. Considering that Kim Jong-Eun lagely was withdrawn from the world, Kim Jong Nam was a life lived differently. In 2001, according to the Telegraph he was “caught entering Japan on a fake Dominican Republic passport, would visit Tokyo Disneyland with his young son,” a move which apparently sent his father in a attack and took him out of the race for succession. This is the rebel Kim Kim.

Speaking to a Japanese television station in his adopted country, Kim said: “I hope my brother will do his best to make the life of the North Korean people rich. For my part, I am ready to help my younger brother whenever necessary while I was abroad. “Sure, it might be in questionable taste, stressing the debilitating poverty of North Korea while flying a portly figure, enjoying the trappings of a very ample allowance.

But it does offer a brazen disregard it’s hard not to find endearing. “Personally, I am opposed to hereditary transfer to a third generation of the family,” he told the Japanese TV channel, continues, “As evidence, I think it was my father who made the decision. As I had no interest in the question, I do not like. ”

Kim Jong-Nam is like North Korea, Biggie Smalls, without all the p**ps and grows. And of course, part of what made Biggie was charming propelled his rise projects. So perhaps it is more like the Falstaff of North Korea. Anyway, it seems to boast a refreshing humanism and relatability that North Korea could benefit from.

Maybe he should rethink all this ex-pat? Right now we know Justin Bieber wrong-not the North Koreans deserve a laugh?

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