Ex-girlfriend of North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un Executed For Making a Sex Video

Lets face it. I am personally not a huge fan of sex videos in any form, be it professionally (pornography) or home made. The making of such videos have become a major hit in the western world but I think the rest of us are still trying to decide why that is such a wonderful idea.

Anywho, no matter what my views on sex videos are, I think being killed for making one is a little too extreme. Especially when the person who ordered the killing happens to be an ex boyfriend and the most powerful man in your country. But thats just me.

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Hyon Song-wol, a well-known pop artist and longtime girlfriend of the dictator, was one of a dozen performers gunned after they were arrested for allegedly breaking pornography laws, according to a report. The victims were killed in front of loved ones — who were then hauled off to the country’s notorious prison camps.

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Kim Jong Un, the mysterious twentysomething leader of the country racked by starvation, reportedly dated the songstress for several years before his father, Kim Jong Il, ordered him to break it off.

Hell hath no fury like a dictator scorned!

A popular North Korean singer — and Kim Jong Un’s former flame — was among a dozen performers executed by a firing squad last week, reports said Wednesday.

Hyon Song-wol, a well-known pop artist and longtime girlfriend of the dictator, was gunned down with the group of songsters on Aug. 20 — three days after they were arrested for allegedly breaking pornography laws, South Korea’s Chosun Ilbo reported.

Hyon Song-wol was among 12 performers executed on Aug. 20, three days after they were arrested for allegedly breaking pornography laws.

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Hyon Song-wol was among 12 performers executed on Aug. 20, three days after they were arrested for allegedly breaking pornography laws.

The victims, members of well-known bands in the country, were accused of videotaping themselves having sex and selling the tapes, the paper reported.

One source told the newspaper that some of the victims were clutching Bibles as they were killed in front of their loved ones — who were then ordered to live in the country’s notorious prison camps after they were found guilty by association.

“They were executed with machine guns while the key members of the Unhasu Orchestra, Wangjaesan Light Band and Moranbong Band as well as the families of the victims looked on,” the source said.

Hyon Song-wol allegedly met Kim Jong Un when the two were teenagers. Kim was ordered by his father, Kim Jong Il, to end their relationship.

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Hyon Song-wol allegedly met Kim Jong Un when the two were teenagers. Kim was ordered by his father, Kim Jong Il, to end their relationship.

 

Kim, the mysterious twenty-something leader of the totalitarian country racked with starvation, allegedly met Hyon when they were teenagers. But his father, Kim Jong Il, never approved of their relationship and ordered his son to break it off.

Hyon — whose songs included the titles “Footsteps of Soldiers” and “I Love Pyongyang” — reportedly married a soldier and had a child in 2006, but rumors suggested she carried on an affair with Kim.

 

Kim Jon Un with his wife Ri Sol-ju, who reportedly had a baby with the dictator last year.

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Kim Jon Un with his wife Ri Sol-ju, who reportedly had a baby with the dictator last year.

Kim later married Ri Sol Ju, a former member of the Unhasu Orchestra.

The Washington Free Beacon reported in March that the couple had a baby, but no announcement was ever made by the secretive regime.

One source told the Chosun Ilbo that the recent executions “show that he is fixated on consolidating his leadership.”

“Kim Jong Un has been viciously eliminating anyone who he deems a challenge to his authority,” the source said.

jkemp@nydailynews.com

@joekemp

 

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