South Korea denied reports on Kim Jong, saying he is alive and well

South Korea has denied reports of poor health of 36-year-old Kim Jong-un saying that he is completely fine.
South Korea has denied reports of poor health of 36-year-old Kim Jong-un saying that he is completely fine.

Seoul. Several speculations are being made about the health of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un. Meanwhile, South Korea has again denied reports of the 36-year-old leader’s poor health. He said that Kim is alive and completely fine.

Moon Chung-in, the top foreign policy adviser to South Korean President Moon Jae-in, told CNN that Kim Jong-un has been living in the Wonsan area since April 13. They have not seen any suspicious movement there yet.

Last week, Seoul officials said in recent media reports about Kim that there were no unusual signs from North Korea. However, some officials say that Kim is living in Wonsan for unknown reasons. At the same time, South Korea’s Yonhap news agency reported on Sunday that a train from the North Korean leader was spotted at a station in Wonsan.

According to 38 North, an analysis website about North Korea, the train, about 250 meters long, is partially covered by the roof of the station. She is seen at a train station reserved for use by Kim’s family. It was not present on 15 April but has been seen there on 21 and 23 April.

He said that the presence of the train could neither prove the whereabouts of the North Korean leader nor give any indication of his health, but it adds further weight to reports that Kim countries Living in a secluded place on the east coast.

It is being told that Kim had heart surgery a few days ago. Since then, there has been speculation about his health. Kim was also not seen at the 108th birthday celebrations of her late grandfather and North Korean founder Kim Il-sung on April 15. He last appeared in a meeting on 11 April.

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