Synonyms for kim_jong or Related words with kim_jong

lee_seung              keun              kim_seong              kim_dae              kim_yong              geun              choi_jong              byeong              kim_tae              taek              hyeon              kim_kwang              ryong              kim_yeong              beom              pyung              hwan              heon              hyuk              sung_hoon              gyu              byung              joo_hyun              myong              kim_hyun              kim_gwang              kyong              choi_jin              hyeong              kim_hyung              hyung              cheol              kim_hak              hyeok              jeong_jae              myeong              woong              kim_myung              choi_eun              ahn_jae              kyoung              yoo_jae              kwang              ryul              yeol              yeong              chul              defconn              seong              eung             



Examples of "kim_jong"
The Kim Jong-suk Teachers' College, which was named after Kim Jong-il's mother, Kim Jong-suk, is in Chongjin.
Kim Jong-chul (born 25 September 1981) is a son of North Korean Kim Jong-il. His younger brother is Kim Jong-un, now the leader of North Korea. His older half-brother was Kim Jong-nam.
Before Kim Jong-un had been confirmed as Kim Jong-il's successor and Kim Jong-chul was groomed as the country's next leader, a limited set of Kim Jong-chul badges were reportedly made and given to cabinet, party, and army officials. There are no Kim Jong-un badges, but experts think that it is a matter of time before there will be.
However, Kenji Fujimoto, Kim Jong-il's personal sushi chef, wrote in his memoir, "I Was Kim Jong-il's Cook", that Kim Jong-il thought Jong-chul was "no good because he is like a little girl". Fujimoto believed Kim Jong-il favoured his youngest son, Kim Jong-un.
The chairman also affirmed Kim Jong-un's position as his father's successor saying "Respected Comrade Kim Jong-un is our party, military and country’s supreme leader who inherits great comrade Kim Jong-il’s ideology, leadership, character, virtues, grit and courage".
Kim Hyong-gwon was included into the personality cult in 1976. North Korean media uses similar honorifics for him as they use with Kim Il-sung, Kim Jong-il, Kim Jong-un and Kim Jong-suk.
Kim Jong-suk (; December 14, 1919,  – September 22, 1949) was a Korean anti-Japanese guerrilla, a Communist activist, North Korean leader Kim Il-sung’s first wife, former leader Kim Jong-il’s mother, and current leader Kim Jong-un's grandmother.
Kim Jong-un's elder brothers, Kim Jong-nam and Kim Jong-chol, are not known to have been in attendance either at the lying in state or on either date, the funeral or the memorial service.
After Kim Jong-il's death the president of the Presidium announced that "Respected Comrade Kim Jong-un is our party, military and country’s supreme leader who inherits great comrade Kim Jong-il's ideology, leadership, character, virtues, grit and courage."
"Footsteps" () is a Kim Jong-un theme song that appeared before "Onwards Toward the Final Victory". The tune was released in 2009 and aired while his father (Kim Jong-il) was alive, before Kim Jong-un had a formal position.
In 2012 the hospital was expanded by Kim Jong-un with a new wing, equipped with modern medical equipment, which houses the Breast Cancer Research Center. The hospital has a personal connection for Kim Jong-un, as it had for his father Kim Jong-il, as Kim Jong-un's mother Ko Yong-hui died due to breast cancer.
There is no official information available about Kim Jong-il's marital history, but he is believed to have been officially married twice and to have had three mistresses. He had three known sons: Kim Jong-nam, Kim Jong-chul, Kim Jong-un. His two known daughters are Kim Sul-song and Kim Yo-jong.
To commemorate Kim Jong-il's 46th birthday, Japanese botanist Kamo Mototeru cultivated a new perennial begonia named "Kimjongilia" (literally, "flower of Kim Jong-il").
Propaganda efforts began for the "Young General", Kim Jong-un, who succeeded him as paramount leader of North Korea on Kim Jong-il's death in December 2011.
Kim Yo-jong (born 26 September 1987) is the younger sister of North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un and younger daughter of late leader Kim Jong-il.
On 13 February 2017, Kim Jong-nam, Kim Jong-un's half-brother, was killed in Malaysia in a presumed assassination. This resulted in a rapid escalation of tensions.
The Order of Kim Jong-il is a North Korean order named after Kim Jong-il, the former leader of North Korea.
The latest election was the first conducted under the leadership of Kim Jong-un following the death of Kim Jong-il in December 2011.
Kim Jong-chul was born in 1981. He is the son of Kim Jong-il and companion Ko Yong-hui, who died in 2004.
General Kim Jong-gak was seen as one of the next generations of KPA leaders, along with Chief of General Staff Ri Yong-ho, as well as a key asset to Kim Jong-un's rise to power. He is also supposedly linked to Jang Song-thaek, Kim Jong-il's brother-in-law; notably, both of them were removed from limelight in 2003–2005, and were promoted to high positions in 2007. Kim Jong-gak's supposed part in ensuring the succession was enhanced in May 2010, when he presided over a military ceremony unveiling bronze statues of Kim Il-sung, Kim Jong-il, and Kim Jong-suk. In April 2011, the South Korean newspaper "Choson Ilbo" said that Kim Jong-gak was working directly under Kim Jong-un.