Kim Jong-un train possibly spotted: South Korea has put a stop to speculation about the health of North Korean ruler Kim Jong-un.
South Korea has told CNN that Kim Jong-un is alive and well. "My government confirms that Kim Jong-un is alive and well," South Korean President Moon Jae-in's foreign affairs adviser Moon Chung-in said in an interview to CNN. He has been living in the Wonsan area of North Korea since April 13. There is nothing suspicious in this.
On April 15, Kim Jong-un did not attend the celebration of his grandfather's birthday, and since then many rumours about his health were flying. Kim Jong-un last attended a Politburo meeting on April 11, according to North Korea's official news agency KCNA.
Kim Jong-un's train possibly spotted at North Korean resort
Last week, CNN reported that Kim Jong-un's condition was critical after surgery. South Korea's online newspaper Daily NK, focusing on North Korea, also said in its report that Kim, who was affected by "more smoking, obesity and more work," and he is undergoing treatment for the heart.
It was further stated in this report that Kim is undergoing treatment in Kothi of Hyangsang County. According to the newspaper's website, most of the medical team members who were treating Kim after her condition improved, have returned to Pyongyang on April 19, while some will still remain there until he fully recovers.
On Sunday, North Korean newspaper Rodong Sinmun said that Kim had thanked all those who helped rebuild the North Korean city of the Samis. This is not the first time that after the news about the health of the leader of North Korea, the media there has reported Kim's activities.
Train standing in Wonsan
North Korea examines any information about its leader. He is perceived as a god in the downtown. His absence from government media often leads to speculation and rumours about his health.
There is no free press in North Korea, and whenever it comes to the leadership of the country, a black hole is often seen. Analysts rely heavily on information from public media and propaganda videos.
A website highlighting North Korea's affairs on Saturday put a picture of a train parked in Wonsan city, which experts consider to be 'possibly a train belonging to Kim Jong Un'. It has been told that this train has been standing here since April 12.
According to the report published in 38 North, there is no evidence that the presence of the train is in Kim Wong Un Wonsan but it 'winds up' those reports that they are staying in this area.
Henry North publishes 38 North analyzes on the affairs of North Korea, and a Washington DC position thinks tank. Stimson has a project.
Reports have been published on this website that Kim's family is used by the train standing in Wonsan. According to the pictures taken from the satellite, till April 15, there was no train in this area. It arrived here someday before April 21, and on April 23 "it has changed its place to leave here."
According to the website, Wonsan's plush complex has nine large guesthouses, a recreation centre, a large building built after Kim came to power, a safe harbour, a shooting range and a small runway that will be on horseback track in 2019 he has been changed. Kim is fond of horse riding.
In childhood, Kim spent her summer on the beach here. Often he used to come here for holidays. Kim however, often comes to Wonsan by ship or road.