North Koreans Urged to Protect Kim Jong-un Portraits as Typhoon Khanun Nears

North Koreans Urged to Protect Kim Jong-un Portraits as Typhoon Khanun Nears

The Kim dynasty’s directive to preserve iconography is a reminder of the importance of symbols to support the government’s authority.

With the heavy rains and strong winds expected from tropical storm Khanun, the people of North Korea were advised to do everything necessary to protect the representatives of the Kim dynasty.

The main newspaper of the Workers’ Party of Korea, Rodong Sinmun, stressed the importance of safely publishing photos of current leader Kim Jong-un, his father Kim Jong-il and grandfather Kim Il- sung.

The report also urges the public to protect the many statues, mosaics, murals, and monuments of the Kim dynasty, which has ruled North Korea since its founding in 1948. the government’s emphasis on symbol to support its policies.

Pictures of Kim Jong Il and Kim Il Sung are displayed in every home and office across the country, and people can face dire consequences for their actions, including execution.

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Tropical storm Khanun landed in South Korea and is expected to enter North Korea the next day.

South Korea saw a storm that caused evacuations and injuries due to flooding and landslides.

North Korea’s KCNA news agency reported that all institutions and facilities in the country are actively responding to unusual weather conditions, including severe wind, rain, rain, tsunami and sea impact warnings.

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