Family trip to ICBM
Kim Jong-un shows off his daughter for the first time
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un walks hand in hand with his daughter in front of an ICBM. This is the first time the public has seen the child.
A father-daughter trip to a missile test in Pyongyang.
Dictator Kim Jong-un (38) publicly introduced his daughter for the first time. The family excursion headed to the Pyongyang missile test site on Friday.
Ju-ae (aged 9 to 10) watched an ICBM test with dad Kim Jong-un. The girl was born between 2012 and 2013. She is one of three children from Kim’s marriage to his wife Ri Sol-ju.
Almost no information about the private life of Kim Jong-un
Ju-ae’s mother was also present at the missile test. The images were published by the state agency Pictures. So Kim Jong Un wanted the world to see his little girl.
Very little is known about Kim Jong Un’s personal life. Specifically, there is almost no information about the dictator’s children. The agency is not releasing the child’s name.
“Hold Her Baby Ju Ae”
In 2013, former basketball star Dennis Rodman, 61, told the British newspaper The Guardian that Kim Jong Un had a “child” named Ju Ae. how does he know He is friends with his family.
Rodman said he spent time with family. He also describes Kim Jong-Un as a “good father”. He continues, “I held her baby Ju Ae and also talked to Ms. Ri.
New images released by North Korea are said to show a “new” ICBM, according to state media. It was test fired and reportedly covered 999.2 km.
Video Skurriles Propaganda: Kim Jong-un celebrates the missile test in the style of a high-end weapon(01:22)
Criticism of missile tests
North Korea is still testing its missiles. Criticism is pouring in all over the world. According to South Korean information, the politically isolated country launched a missile with nuclear potential just a day earlier.
A repeated show of power by the country ruled by Kim Jong-un overshadowed Friday’s start of an Asia-Pacific summit in Bangkok, where the United States, South Korea and other countries gathered for an emergency meeting on the brink of a missile test.
Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles (ICBMs) are considered the most important carrier of nuclear weapons. South Korea and the United States responded to North Korea’s missile test with a joint air strike exercise, military sources said.