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"Kim Jong Un is 'alive and well" - Korean officials


According to Fox News , on Sunday, a senior South Korean government official said North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was "alive and well", amid reports that he was has passed away.

"Our government firmly takes this position." Chung-in Moon, foreign policy advisor of South Korean President Moon Jae-in, told Fox News, “Mr. Kim Jong Un is still alive and well. He has been in the Wonsan area since April 13. No suspicious movements have been detected so far. ”

The satellite images released by group 38 North on Saturday were similar to South Korean government intelligence that Kim is currently in an area outside the capital Pyongyang.
38 North, based in Washington, is a North Korea-based research project, which released satellite images on April 25 showing increased activity in the resort town of Wonsan in April.

According to satellite images, the special train used by Kim Jong Un has appeared in Wonsan, parked at the "leadership station" for the Kim family. Kim Jong Un often traveled by train, the same way his late father and grandfather used to.
Fox News cited a 2009 Chosun Ilbo report that said bulletproof wagons made them heavier than normal wagons. 

The train travels at an average speed of 37 miles per hour.
On Pyongyang's side, after two weeks of keeping quiet about the news surrounding their leader, North Korean news agency KCNA reported on April 26 that Kim Jong Un "appreciated" the workers. 

The cave is building infrastructure in the city of Samjiyon at the foot of Mount Paektu (Bach Dau), near the northern border.



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