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It has been a decade since Kim Jong-un took power in North Korea following the death of his father, 'Dear Leader' Kim Jong-il, of a heart attack on December 17, 2011. After From the mandatory mass hysteria that was unleashed at the funeral as he passed through the snowy streets of Pyongyang, and from a six-month mourning, the young heir began his 'reign' with an air of renewal. But ten years later, and after the failure of the summits with Trump for his nuclear disarmament, he is taking advantage of the coronavirus to close his country even more, burying the hopes of change that had fueled the succession.
In those first moments it was thought that Kim Jong-un ,