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Kim Jong Un: Has a Girlfriend!

North Korea is a favorite of mine, and I was planning to defect across the border there this December, but things didn't work out...meaning I didn't read the wikipedia correctly, and I assumed they had legalized prostitution...which they don't...for some reason.
Focus on the Woman to the Center Left

When it comes to Kim Jong Un, he has no need for prepaid princesses, for this palace prince-turned king is now prancing around with a princess paid with only love and/or hormones.
Kim Jon Un has been sited with the woman next to him in the photo on multiple occasions. She has been identified as Hyon Song Wol, a North Korean musician. Sources from the South Korean intelligence are speculating this is his new love interest...one source also thinks it's his sister...The UC is going out on a limb and claim that it is both. :P

Read this "Yahoo News" excerpt on Hyon Song Wol:
"....a singer "who used to front the Bochonbo Electronic Music Band" and "responsible for a string of hits that included 'Footsteps of Soldiers,' 'I Love Pyongyang,' 'She is a Discharged Soldier' and 'We are Troops of the Party.'" Her popularity "peaked in 2005 with the song 'Excellent Horse-Like Lady,'" "

I can't believe some of the things from Planet Earth are real. End Rant!

Questions for You:
Is there a chance this is his Girlfriend? or Just a Friend with Benefits?
His new wife? or actually his little sister? :O
And
Are you immediately going to search and download some of the songs listed above?

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