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February 7, 2012
10:38 // 2 years ago
February 1, 2012
theatlantic:

In Focus: Kim Jong Un Looking at Things

Like father, like son. Since the recent death of Kim Jong Il, North Korean state-run media has been releasing a series of images of the “Great Successor,” Kim Jong Un, visiting schools, factories, and military facilities. These visits, which were frequently publicized by his father and his grandfather Kim Il Sung, are called “field guidance” trips — opportunities for the supreme leader to give on-the-spot advice. Based on the state-released photos in this collection, he is following closely in his father’s footsteps, albeit with a touch more visible affection. See more.
[Image: Reuters/KCNA]


Like his father, Kim Jong-Un never learned that it’s not nice to stare.

theatlantic:

In Focus: Kim Jong Un Looking at Things

Like father, like son. Since the recent death of Kim Jong Il, North Korean state-run media has been releasing a series of images of the “Great Successor,” Kim Jong Un, visiting schools, factories, and military facilities. These visits, which were frequently publicized by his father and his grandfather Kim Il Sung, are called “field guidance” trips — opportunities for the supreme leader to give on-the-spot advice. Based on the state-released photos in this collection, he is following closely in his father’s footsteps, albeit with a touch more visible affection. See more.

[Image: Reuters/KCNA]

Like his father, Kim Jong-Un never learned that it’s not nice to stare.

13:35 // 2 years ago