The Privileged Life Of Kim Jong Un's Daughter: Swimming Pools, Soccer Fields, and a Sports Arena

Kim Jong Uns daughter Ju Ae lives in a seaside villa in Wonsan, in the province of Kangwon . The estate where she lives is like Mar-a-Lago, with swimming pools, tennis courts, soccer fields, and a sports stadium .

According to a study in The Times, Kim Jong Un's daughter, who made a public appearance for the first time last week, has a happy life.According to some North Korean researchers, the nine-year-old lives in a massive seaside villa in Wonsan, in the province of Kangwon.The girl's name is Ju Ae, according to the journal.She appeared at the airport holding hands with her father, watching the launch of the country's largest ballistic missile on November 19, according to the outlet, adding that the estate where she lives is like Mar-a-Lago, with swimming pools, tennis courts, soccer fields, and a sports stadium.

According to the newspaper, these tunnels have a network of railways designed to keep Kim Jong Uns family out of foreign intelligence radar.She and her siblings have a full army of nannies and housekeepers, but they also hang out with their parents a lot, according to Michael Madden, a non-resident fellow at the Stinson Center and a North Korean expert.Kim Jong Uns dad was a tough guy, but he was very thoughtful to his children.According to North Korean state news agency KCNA, Kim's wife, Ri Sol Ju, made a rare appearance at Fridays unveiling, and analysts had argued that if Kim is incapacitated, his sister and loyalists would form a regency until he is old enough to take over.

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