Report: Pictures of Kim Jong-Il's second son go up in N. Korean offices

January 2006
East-Asia-Intel Reports;1/25/2006, p4
The article reports that North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il's second son Kim Jong-Chol has accompanied him on his secret visit to China. The pictures of the second son of Kim Jong-Il are appearing in the offices of the Workers' Party. A position in the party was given to Kim Jong-Chol.


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