By Simon DenyerPosted August 24, 2018 09:53:24One of the most popular ways of finding out who’s Twittering with the country’s leader is by checking the profile of the person behind it.
Kim Jong-Un, the son of the late leader Kim Jong Il, has over 3.3 million followers on Twitter, and it’s a well-known fact that he is a prolific tweeter.
The profile of this prolific tweaker has a number of interesting things to say.
It’s hard to know where to begin, but let’s look at the most notable and interesting bits.
In the top left-hand corner of the profile, there are a few things that seem fairly standard.
Kim Yong-nam is the head of a government agency called North Korea Information Agency (KNIA).
It’s a state agency that’s responsible for the development of information technology and is the same one responsible for developing North Korea’s military.
It’s not exactly a standard name for a state-run agency, but there’s a good reason for that.
Kim’s official title is the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
KNIA is the military wing of North Korea, and the Chairman is the top official in the North Korean military.
The other interesting bit is in the middle-right corner of his profile, where he says “Kim Jong Un is a big fan of music”.
Kim Yong-nam is the former head of the KNIA, and he also happens to be the brother of Kim Jong Un.
In his profile he says, “My grandfather used to be a famous singer in the South.
He was a popular guy.”
It’s quite clear that Kim Yong Nam is well known among the general public in North Korea.
Next to that, Kim Jong Nam says that he works at the KNIS office in Beijing.
It looks like he’s writing a blog about North Korea to get his point across to the public.
The blog’s title is “My Journey to the Future of the Korean Peninsula” and it says,In the bottom left-most corner, Kim Yongnam is talking about the DPRK.
It has a title that’s quite a bit more cryptic.
It says,It says that “I am an independent person with the independence to decide my own future.”
There’s also a section titled “I have no regrets”.
It says “I won’t leave my family.
I have my own plans and will never abandon them.”
It sounds a bit like the Kim family isn’t particularly fond of their leader’s plans.
It also has a section called “My Mission to the DPRK.”
It reads,I hope that all those who think that I am an outsider will know that I don’t care about what the outside world thinks.
I care about how I will act and how I’ll behave.
In between those two sections are a number about Kim Jong Suk, the second son of Kim Yong Nam.
It says that Kim Jong Su is “a former member of the North Korea Air Force”.
It’s interesting that Kim Su doesn’t have a name.
He’s probably not going to have much influence over North Korea for a while, because it seems like Kim Jong Nam would be the heir apparent.
Another section in the profile says,My brother is the President of the DPRK and the DPRK is the only country in the world which has an independent nuclear deterrent.
I’m the first person to achieve that.
It seems a bit strange that Kim’s father and brother would be in charge of the country.
But that’s what they’re up to.
In a way, they’re a continuation of the old dynasty that Kim Il Sung built in the late 1960s.
Kim was the youngest of five children and grew up in Pyongyang, North Korea when his father was a senior member of Kim Il-sung’s Workers’ Party.
Kim Jong Jong Suk was a member of North Korean leader Kim Il Nam’s National Defence Commission when he was younger, and then served as a military officer in the Korean People’s Army (KPA) during the Korean War.
Kim is currently serving as the Chief of Staff of the Central Military Commission, the military body responsible for overseeing North Korea and its armed forces.
He also heads the North Central Military Office, the Korean Joint Chiefs Command and oversees all of the military’s activities, including the countrys nuclear weapons program.
As the DPRK’s leader, Kim is responsible for all aspects of the nations military.
In fact, he’s responsible so much that he’s considered to be “the countrys military”.
He oversees the North’s armed forces, the air force, the army, the coast guard, and all other branches of the armed forces that are tasked with fighting the United States and South Korea.
Kim has been involved in military action overseas, and his recent actions have caused great controversy in the region.
North Korea has repeatedly tested missiles over Japan, launched missiles at Guam and conducted