Kim Jong Un Makes First Public Appearance – NK Media

Is Kim Jong Un Alive? North Korean state-run media KCNA has reported that Kim Jong Un made a public appearance at a May Day celebration. With this unconfirmed news, the death of Kim has almost been quashed. 

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“Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un Cuts Tape For Completion Of Sunchon Phosphatic Fertilizer Factory,” the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) reported. The report claims that there was a “completion ceremony of the factory” on Friday, “the international holiday of the working people of the whole world.”

A photo released from North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency on May 2 reportedly shows Kim Jong Un attending a ceremony to mark the completion of Sunchon phosphatic fertilizer factory in South Pyongan province. CNN cannot independently confirm the reporting of KCNA.

KCNA released a picture showing Kim Jong Un at the ceremony. The picture shows Kim cutting a ribbon, with his sister Kim Yo-jong standing behind him. EurAsian Times cannot verify the authenticity of the photograph.


Earlier, aA North Korean defector living in South Korea claimed that Kim Jong Un is “99%” dead after last weekend after surgery.

“I’ve wondered how long he could have survived after the surgery. I’ve been notified that Kim Jong Un died last weekend,” Ji Seong-ho told Yonhap news agency. “It is not 100 per cent certain, but I can say the possibility is 99 per cent.”

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Earlier, as the EurAsian Times reported, Kim Jong-un has reportedly expressed his appreciation to the workers of a major construction project in the town of Samjiyon, according to the official newspaper of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea — Rodong Sinmun.

“Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un appreciated the workers, who have honestly and with all their heart made a contribution to creating the town of Samjiyon,” the article reads, giving no further details when the message was sent to the builders and on Kim’s whereabouts.

The publication reported that Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un “sent thanks” to workers who have been in engaged in the rebuilding of what has been touted as an “ideal socialist village” by the North Korean leader.