The younger sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, Kim Yeo-jong, accused the South Korean military of excessively spying on Pyongyang and called them “the worst fools.” Her words are reported by the Central Telegraph Agency of Korea (CTAC).
Kim was amazed at the statement of the South Korean military about scrupulous observation of the DPRK's preparations for the military parade. According to her, such attention from neighbors to celebrations in a “strange house” is an open manifestation of hostility. The sister of the North Korean leader stressed that Pyongyang is not hosting military exercises or tests, but only ceremonial events timed to coincide with the party's congress.
Kim suggested that Seoul might have been intimidated by the military parade, and called the South Korean government “a truly incomprehensible bizarre gang.” “They are the worst fools who will be offended if they are called the second in the world among those who behave ridiculously,” she said.
Earlier it became known that at the VIII Congress of the WPK in Pyongyang, Kim Jong-un was elected secretary general. At the same time, the younger sister of the North Korean leader Kim Yeo-jong was not included in the renewed composition of the Politburo. South Korean media outlets note that the demotion of Kim Yeo-jung, who has long been considered the second-largest in the country, may signal that she has lost her former influence and power.