Will Kim Yo Jong become North Korea’s first woman leader after Kim Jong Yu?

Due to the uncertain health of Kim Jong world is expecting that eventually, the next leader of North Korea will be Kim Jong Un sister “Kim Yo Un”. Because she seems the obvious choice. Kim Yo Jong at her 30s has been attended summits with U.S President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping, sat behind Vice President Mike Pence while representing North Korea at the 2018 Winter Olympics. North Korea became the first immediate member of the ruling family to visit Seoul, where Kim Yo delivered a personal message from her brother inviting South Korean President Moon Jae-in to a summit.

Kim too is a younger sister of Kim Jong who has been seen many times around the leader in the past two years also serving as a vice director of the ruling Workers’ Party’s powerful Central Committee officially.

Due to her climb through the leadership hierarchy, she was an alternative member of the ruling Workers’ Party’s powerful Central Committee Politburo earlier this month.

According to South’s National Intelligence Service Kim, Jong-un has three kids with his wife Ri Sol Ju, the youngest kid was born in 2017. The power to handle North Korea politics is not given in the hands of Kim Jong  Children hands because his heirs are younger or less experienced in the halls of power in Pyongyang. His brother Kim Jong Chol also seems to have more interest in playing the guitar than politics, while his nephew, Kim Han Sol, has denounced the regime and is believed to be living abroad.

Now the centred questions occurred that due to Kim Yong Un illnesses his sister Kim Yo Jong will become North Korea’s first woman leader?

The Kim family dynasty has ruled over North Korea for three generations after World War II when the Soviet Union and the US divided up control of the Korean Peninsula.

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