opulent homes and hidden passageways: a glimpse at Kim Jong Un's daughter's life as a princess

North Korean experts claim Ju Ae, 9, has a full life, living in a beachfront villa in Wonsan, which falls in the province of Kangwon . The estate has swimming pools, tennis courts, soccer fields, and a sports stadium .

Pyongyang North Korea, November 24: On Friday, North Korean leader Kim Jong Uns daughter made her first public appearance, accompanying her father to oversee the launch of a new type of Intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM).And although much about her is unknown, some North Korean experts claim she has a full life.She and her family live in a massive beachfront villa in Wonsan, which falls in the province of Kangwon, according to New York Post.The estate, which has been compared to Floridas Mar-a-Lago, has swimming pools, tennis courts, soccer fields, and a sports stadium.According to North Korean experts, the family has about 15 other mansions and palaces scattered throughout the region that they travel to via a complex underground network of tunnels and railways in order to escape the prying eyes of nearby foreign intelligence satellites.

Madden told The Post of Ju Ae that she has a very happy life.She and her siblings have a full crew of nannies and housekeepers, but they also spend time with their parents.Kim Jong Uns dad was a tough guy, but he was very kind to his children as well.When you're a tyrant, you have to control how you spend your time, he said.

Madden said that photos from the event show Kim and his daughter holding a white jacket, red shoes, and her hair pulled back, standing around.This isn't just a photo op, he said.It is also a photo shoot, Madden said.North Korea prefers to kill five birds with a stone by sending them messages, according to Madden's statement to the New York Times.I believe the affection is real, but they are also trying to humanize Kim Jong Un and make him seem as normal as possible.His father exuded a semblance of secrecy.

However, they now seem to need less mystery and make Kim look like a normal family man.North Korea aims to communicate to the outside world that the Kim family is firmly established as the nations rulers, much like a kingship, as stated by Madden.In these pictures of Kim Jong Un with his daughter, Sean King, an Asia specialist at Park Strategies, reports that my regime isn't going anywhere, so get used to it.The Kim regime and North Korea are here to stay, and here is the next generation.

It's a cloistered life, but one that is also a fulfilling one.But, a great deal of what the family does isn't only a private matter from us, it's also a private matter to their own people, according to the New York Post.However, Ju Ae and her siblings are unlikely to attend overseas as opposed to their father, according to the news portal.Kim was sent to a prestigious private school in Bern, Switzerland at the age of 12; an older brother had already gone to study.

She resides in upstate New York currently.She was described by a fellow Liebefeld-Steinholzli class as a reserved kid who was afraid of change and was infatuated with basketball, particularly Michael Jordan.Kim adored Jean-Claude Van Damme films in addition to sleeping with a basketball next to his bed, according to his aunt.He wore NBA jerseys, had a large collection of expensive Nike sneakers, and wore fashionable tracksuits, but Madden's statement to The Washington Post said that he wouldn't continue to study abroad due to safety concerns, but that she will have access to the outside world in a way that most North Korean youth would never have.

The KJU watches CNN all the time.He grew up watching The Matrix and listening to Prince and Madonna.His children's minds can be a little shattered, but Ju Ae has access to the Internet, I assure you.

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