Where Is Kim Jong-un? How Experts Track North Korea’s Leader | NYT News


Rumors are swirling about Kim Jong-un’s location and health. These North Korea experts showed us how they collect information about his secretive regime.

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  1. Hi all, I am one of the reporters who worked on this video.

    With so many rumors circulating about Kim Jong-un, we didn't want to add more speculation. Instead, we wanted to explore what North Korea experts and observers are doing to keep track of developments in this secretive country.

    Direct access for independent observers such as journalists is highly restricted in North Korea. So what can be done? First, there are satellite images to track motorcades, trains, planes, or ships. This technology also allows us to look at activity at the residences of Kim Jong-un.

    Further, experts also look at state broadcasts for new visuals of Kim Jong-un, and keep an eye on unusual flight or military activities.

    None of these tools provide a magic bullet to figure out exactly what's going on in real time. As one of the experts told me, it's important to rely on multiple sources and to not jump to conclusions.

    If you are interested to see more about how we and others use new technologies and traditional reporting to conduct investigations of closed countries such as North Korea, check out these stories:

  2. What if he's in a massive bunker waiting for the pandemic to be over. Then he takes a peek out 3 years later, and see's Trump's clones have taken over the world.

  3. Illness shows weakness.
    Communists hate, reject, will do anything to mask their failure, their weakness.

    Remember what happened to Chernobyl? Instead of evacuation USSR had too much pride caused millions death and damage and it will be deadly for generations centuries to come.

  4. I hope he's dead but then another POS would just step in and take his place. I almost feel sorry for the citizens there but he has them programmed to oppress each other instead of rising up against their dictator.

  5. Why are all the people of North Korea is so die hard of him. How come other countries can let their leader step down but not the North Koreans? THese people are blind


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