Inside North Korea – September 2010 Observations

September 23rd, 2010
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This report is from September 2010

Succession
When asked, locals seem familiar with Kim Jong Eun and the high liklihood of him succeeding Kim Jong Il.  However, there is allegedly still no official line on the issue from the Government.

Kim Jong Il’s China Visit
Throughout the DPRK there are currently signs depicting and promoting

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