SEOUL – North Korean pioneer Kim Jong Un’s fixation on the loved bloodline that backpedals to his granddad could clarify the obvious death of his relative in Malaysia.

Various references to the “Paektu bloodline” can be found in North Korean media. The expression alludes to direct relatives of Kim Il Sung, the country’s establishing father who is said to have pursued guerrilla fighting against Japanese trespassers from Mt. Paektu close to the Chinese outskirt.

A developing number of onlookers fight that Kim Jong Nam was murdered in light of the fact that he represented a risk to the authenticity of his relative’s administration. “It was on the grounds that Kim Jong Nam gave out data about Kim Jong Un’s mom,” a previous top authority of the Workers’ Party said.

Kim Jong Nam is the child of Kim Jong Il – Kim Il Sung’s child and successor – and performing artist Song Hye Rim. Kim Jong Il likewise had three youngsters with Ko Yong Hui, an artist conceived in Japan to guardians of Korean plummet: two children, Kim Jong Chul and Kim Jong Un, and little girl Kim Yo Jong.

This mutual plunge from Kim Il Sung was what stressed the present North Korean pioneer. “Kim Jong Un most likely always expected that his uncle Jang Song Thaek and China would some time or another expel him and introduce the eldest child, Kim Jong Nam,” said Yun Duk-min, chancellor of the Korea National Diplomatic Academy in South Korea.

North Korean media additionally underscored the “Paektu bloodline” for a considerable length of time after Jang’s execution in 2013, flagging their steadfastness to the country’s pioneer. Kim Jong Un, whose origin and mother stay obscure toward the North Korean open, feelings of trepidation that revealing insight into his drop could dissolve his authenticity.


There have been no reports of Kim Jong Un going to the grave inherent 2012 in Pyongyang for his mom. The site does not hold up under Ko’s name or the name of its proprietor, said Thae Yong Ho, a previous envoy to the U.K. who deserted a year ago.

The Thursday release of South Korea’s Dong-an Ilbo daily paper incorporated a piece from a North Korean deserter and columnist contending that Kim Jong Un’s mom was in reality Kim Ok, Kim Jong Il’s long-term secretary and, supposedly, his fourth spouse.

Kim Han Sol, who shares the “Paektu bloodline” as Kim Jong Nam’s child, could wind up in the North Korean pioneer’s line of sight also. Kim Han Sol is allegedly in Macau with his mom and more youthful sister, monitored by Chinese specialists.