Where did Kim Jong-un disappear during the Coronavirus pandemic? After 20 days of absence, the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, reappeared over the weekend.
Kim Jong-un was spotted outside Pyongyang, opening a fertilizer factory.
He was seen walking briskly and smoking.
Some people reported that they saw Kim Jong-un using a golf cart to get around, which was indicative that he might not be all that well.
“Kim has a past history of health problems, and that seemed to be a key reason for a previous disappearance in 2014 when he re-emerged walking with a cane. So this is certainly a possibility — and something the regime wouldn’t want to publicise.” – Mintaro Oba, former US State Department official
Professor of International Security and Intelligence Studies at ANU John Blaxland said about these pictures:
“We can’t even be sure when these were taken, there is the question of if it’s even him as he has a body double but I don’t give much credence to that theory. There’s certainly the question of whether or not this is even a real event.”
So where did Kim Jong-un go during the Coronavirus pandemic and why?
This will have to remain one of life’s biggest mysteries, as it is highly unlikely that the world will ever know these answers.
Chirag Vasani is Chief Editor for wwbnn. He has been writing online and offline since many years now. When he is not writing, he likes to play golf.