After a period of relative absence from the public eye, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has made a public appearance. The dictator was seen in Pyongyang on October 10th, attending a parade celebrating the 75th anniversary of the Workers’ Party of Korea.
Kim Jong Un Makes a Public Appearance
Kim Jong Un’s public appearance was highly anticipated, as he had been absent from public events for nearly three months. The North Korean leader’s prolonged absence had sparked rumors of his declining health and even his death. However, on October 10th, Kim Jong Un made a surprise appearance at the parade, looking noticeably thinner and more energetic than usual.
The dictator was seen saluting the troops while standing on a balcony, with his sister Kim Yo Jong standing beside him. Kim Jong Un was also seen smiling and waving to the crowds below. He was wearing a black suit with a red tie and a white mask, as a precaution against the spread of coronavirus.
North Korea Celebrates with Parade
The parade was held to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Workers’ Party of Korea. The event was broadcast live on state-run television, and featured a military parade, performances from various singers and dancers, and a speech from Kim Jong Un.
During his speech, Kim Jong Un praised the military and the citizens of North Korea for their loyalty and dedication to the country. He also spoke of his commitment to developing North Korea’s economy, and encouraged the citizens to strive for a better future.
The parade was attended by thousands of North Korean citizens, who cheered and waved flags in support of their leader. Many of them had been worried about Kim Jong Un’s prolonged absence, and were relieved to see him in good health.
Kim Jong Un’s appearance at the parade is a sign that the North Korean leader is still in control, and that the country is still united behind him. It remains to be seen what the future holds for North Korea, but for now, the country is celebrating the return of its leader.