North Korea's Kim family tree
KIM IL-SUNG: Founder of North Korea, who died on July 8, 1994 at age 82, remains "Eternal President" of the stmore
KIM JONG-SUK: North Korean founder Kim Il-sung and his first wife Kim Jong-suk gave birth to their son Kim Jonmore
KIM JONG-IL: Known at home as "the Dear Leader," Kim took over North Korea in 1994 when his father and foundermore
JANG SONG-THAEK: Jang, married to Kim Jong-il's sister, was previously considered the second most powerful manmore
KIM KYONG-HUI: Younger sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong-il remains a part of the current regime's inner more
LI IL-NAM: The nephew of Kim Jong-il's ex-wife, known in South Korea as Lee Han-yong, defected in 1982 from Eumore
KIM JONG CHOL: Older brother of Kim Jong Un, Jong Chol is reportedly a music fan who has little interest in pomore
KIM JONG-UN: Current North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, known as "Supreme Leader", assumed power in 2011 followimore
KIM YO JONG: The younger sister of Kim Jong Un was born to Ko Yong Hui, the fourth partner of late leader Kim more
RI SOL JU: In 2012 North Korean state broadcaster named Kim Jong-un's wife as Ri Sol-ju, but did not say when more
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