When Kim Il Sung died in 1961, South Korean society was a very different place than it is today.
The country was under a military dictatorship, but there was no government.
Kim Il was revered and his son Kim Jong Il was a man of tremendous power.
But when his daughter Ri Sol Ju, who is in her late teens, is born in 2017, she will have to make a choice about whether to become a part of that dictatorship or follow in her father’s footsteps.
Kim Jong Nam died in December 2006.
When he was born, there was a huge outpouring of grief, but many of his closest confidants were still alive and well.
In December 2010, Kim Jong Kyu died in his sleep.
This was the first time that his older brother, Kim Yo Jong, had died.
He was 70.
The day after Ri Sol Juk was born in November 2011, the South Korean government issued an emergency order to evacuate people to a remote area.
The people of South Korea were not allowed to enter the area, but the military said that the area was too dangerous for them to go.
A few weeks later, Ri Sol Jo died.
The military said it was still investigating the cause of her death.
Kim Yo Dong, a South Korean journalist, said that she had seen Ri Sol Jong and Ri Sol Ko when she was a reporter at a local newspaper.
She said that her son Kim Yo Sung was one of the few journalists who covered North Korea.
“We had to leave because we had no choice but to go to the South,” she said.
Ri Sol Ji, the head of the North Korean delegation to the United Nations, also died in 2011.
Ri Yong Ho, a retired general who is a prominent member of the ruling Workers’ Party, died in January 2016.
He is believed to have been poisoned by North Korean agents.
Kim Young Nam, who served as the country’s ambassador to the U.N. from 2000 to 2007, died on July 18, 2021.
Kim Yong Nam was a key figure in North Korea’s nuclear weapons program.
He had a high level of security clearance.
He spent years as an adviser to the late Kim Jong Hyun, the countrys leader.
Kim Kyong Gon, who worked for Kim Jong Ho and oversaw North Korea after he passed away, died March 6, 2017, at the age of 85.
He has been called a political prisoner.
Kim Hyun Song died on June 6, 2019, at age 90.
His death marked the first in a long line of North Korean deaths due to a stroke.
Kim Dong Hoon died at age 85 on March 23, 2020, at a hospital in Seoul.
He also was a high-level North Korean official who oversaw North Korean nuclear and missile programs.
His wife, Kim Kyung Ryong, was the last North Korean to be executed, according to South Korean officials.
He served as North Koreas ambassador to France and France’s ambassador, but was killed in France in January 2017.
Kim Myung Song, who was North Korea-born and had been a top diplomat at the United States Embassy in Pyongyang, was executed on March 8, 2021, at Seoul’s Gyeongbokgung Military District Prison.
His execution came amid the ongoing political crisis between North Korea and the United Kingdom.
In 2017, Kim Hyon Song was killed during an assassination attempt on his son.
Kim Chol Jung was the youngest son of Kim Jong Kook and his wife, Ri Song Hyun.
His mother, Kim Young Chol, was Kim Jong Hui’s closest confidant.
Kim Won Hui died in the Philippines in May 2019, according a news report from the South.
Kim Sang Hyun died in May 2020, according the report.
Kim Sung Chul died on May 18, 2020.
Kim Jae Ryong was the only son of North Korea leader Kim Jong Suk.
He died at a Chinese hospital in October 2019.
Kim Song Song Hyung was the eldest of Kim Il Jong’s three children.
He passed away in November 2020.
He became the youngest of Kim Hyok Son, Kim Chols sister, and Kim Jong Sung’s eldest daughter.
He met Kim Jong Sik, the father of Kim Jang Sung and Kim Hyuk Son, at an airport.
He worked as a diplomatic agent for the United Republic of Korea and served as an interpreter between North and South Korean diplomats.
He received the title of a “special representative of the United Korea Mission to the UN” and a “peace envoy.”
Kim Jong Yong died in November 2021, according South Korean media.
Kim Kwang Gyong was born on March 22, 1974.
He lived in China for a number of years, before moving to South Korea and living in Seoul for two years.
He joined the Communist Party in 2003 and was given a diplomatic passport in 2005.
He then worked as an official in the North’s embassy in Seoul and in the Foreign Ministry.