Overseas Koreans admire the dear respected Kim Jong Un

Overseas Koreans, who visited Pyongyang to show mourning for the late leader Kim Jong Il, highly spoke of the greatness of Kim Jong Un.

They were deeply impressed by his several visits of the hall where Kim Jong Il lies in state and his standing guard by the side of the bier, praising his boundless loyalty to the leader. In particular, they were deeply touched by his appearance entering the plaza of the Kumsusan Memorial Palace with hearse and making a military salute in snow, admiring his high loyalty to the late leader Kim Jong Il.

The dear respected Kim Jong Un took measure for the people who visit the outdoor mourning place in cold weather and to supply fish associated with warm love of Kim Jong Il, they highly eulogized that he was born of the people’s father.

He met Lee Hui-ho and Hyun Chung-eun who visited the Kumsusan Memorial Palace to mourn over the demise of Kim Jong Il, shaking hands with them and thanking for their visit. They had an interview in south Korea and told mass media the moving story.

The south Koreans and overseas Koreans said with great emotion that he is identical to President Kim Il Sung in dignity, personality and body language.

Yoon Gil-sang, the chairman of the Federation of Koreans in the US, said he was favorably impressed through dignified and kindhearted looks of Kim Jong Un, the vice-chairman of the Central Military Commission of the Workers’ Party of Korea. Yoo Tae-young, a permanent editor of the US-based internet paper Minjok Tongshin, expressed his sympathy to Kim Jong Un and had a feeling that he is a man of intimacy as well as a great and modest man.  Lee Joon-moo, the head of Woorook Symphony Orchestra, said that he is very kindhearted and would be loved by north Korean people after he met him.

Overseas Koreans who met Kim Jong Un, the vice-chairman of the Central Military Commission of the Workers’ Party of Korea extolled his personality is benevolent, masculine, kindhearted and comfortable, according to south Korean internet newspaper Jaju Minbo.

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