Kim Yo-jong Says Seoul “Doesn’t Feel Unfamiliar”

Kim Yo-jong was school in Switzerland so she does know what a free city looks and feels like:

This photo, taken on Feb. 10, 2018, shows Kim Yo-jong, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s sister (L) and Kim Yong-nam, the North’s ceremonial head of state (R), joining a dinner hosted by Unification Minister Cho Myoung-gyon in Gangneung, the sub-host city of the Olympics. (pool photo) (Yonhap)

Kim Yo-jong, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s sister, said Seoul felt familiar even though it was her first-ever visit to the South, at an official dinner Saturday, according to a pool report.

“It doesn’t feel unfamiliar,” she replied when Choi Moon-soon, governor of Gangwon Province, asked her how she felt about Seoul.

Wearing a wine-colored jacket and black pants, Kim attended the dinner held at a hotel in Gangneung, the sub-host city of the Olympics. It was hosted by Unification Minister Cho Myoung-gyon for North Korea’s high-level delegation.

North Korea’s ceremonial head of state Kim Yong-nam, Choe Hwi, the chairman of the National Sports Guidance Committee, and Ri Son-gwon, the head of the North’s state agency in charge of inter-Korean affairs, were also in attendance.

Kim Yong-nam celebrated the South’s hosting of the Winter Games.

“As the Olympics were opened successfully with applause from North and South Korea, we believe that the games will pave the way for the two sides’ reconciliation, and stronger inter-Korean ties, and furthermore for Koreans’ unity and unification,” Kim said.  [Yonhap]

You can read more at the link, but someone should have asked her if the city would have felt more like home if there were forced labor camps and executions?

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I am a US military veteran that has served all over the world to include in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Korea. I have been blogging about Korea, Northeast Asia, and the US military for over 10 years.

5 Comments

  1. North Korea could feel the same if it wasn’t for the brutal and barbaric leadership of her evil family.

  2. Plus she receives regular reports from her network of spies and “useful idiots” (as Lenin described them).

  3. She probably has everything a rich ROK woman would have anyway – luxury clothes, handbags and cars.

  4. Flyingsword, that is a possibility; but she probably has more employees at the Hanky.

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