North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un ‘execute’ ex-girlfriend and uncle Jang Song-Thaek

SYDNEY – The North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un’s former girlfriend has been reportedly shot by firing squad over alleged involvement in a sex scandal.  The Chosun Ilbo said Hyon was among other performers executed on August 20, 2013 for violating the country’s laws against pornography.  Kim Jong-un’s singer ex-girlfriend Hyon Song-wol was gunned down in front of her family just three days after being arrested for breaching North Korean pornography laws.
According to, Hyon, was among a dozen well-known performers executed with machineguns as they were accused of filming themselves having sex and selling tapes. A source said that the accused 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 families of the executed have allegedly been sent to prison camps under the country’s notorious guilt by association laws.  The report said that Kim and Hong dated until his despot dad Kim Jong-il ordered their relationship to end.  Another source said that Kim Jong-un has been viciously eliminating anyone who he deems a challenge to his authority adding that the executions show that he is fixated on consolidating his leadership, the report added.
Then in late of 2013, North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un has had his uncle executed after declaring the former second-most powerful man in his regime was “worse than a dog”.

He has been dubbed a traitor to North Korea, and now the dictators uncle, Jang Song-Thaek, has been executed.
In a move which commentators suggests indicates a behind-the-scenes power struggle, the execution of the 67-year-old follows that of two “close confidantes” late 2013.
Analysts said a widespread purge was likely to be carried out against those associated with Jang, especially those at the Central Committee’s administrative department he had headed.
During the court hearing, Jang said he attempted to stage a coup d’etat by mobilising his associates in the military, according to KCNA.