Saturday, April 21, 2018
Former bodyguard on Kim Jong Un's isolated childhood
Lee Young-guk, the former bodyguard of Kim Jong Il, said Kim Jong Un didn't have anyone his age to play with, was quick-tempered and did whatever he wanted.
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