Kim Jong-un’s parents were running a company in Czech Republic?

According to Yonhap News, the South Korean News Agency, Kim Jong-un and Kim Jong-il tried to go to Brazil. What I consider as important there, is that on the Kim Jong-un passport, the name of Ricardo Pwag was issued. Ricardo is presented as the father of “Josef Pwag” aka Kim Jong-un. The identity of the mother is Marcela Pwag Joou.

Brazil Kim Jong-un
Source: Yonhap News Agency

For NK watchers, this name shall be not so secret. In the 90’s, NK authorities created a company in Czech Republic under the name of LIBERDADE s.r.o. Surprinsingly, the head of the company was also Ricardo Pwag, mentioned as the father of Kim Jong-un in the document.

Before managing Liberdade s.r.o (a company dealing with agricultural products), he used to work in BOMSUCESSO s.r.o., a company dealing with the trade of agricultural products.

I discussed all these issues in my book entitled Kim jest Kim Jong-un?, coauthored with Edgar Czop.

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Kim Jong Il, who died in 2011, would also have fraudulently used Brazilian documents, as shown by the image of a passport, this time with the photo of the dictator, with the name of Ijong Tchoi. Ijong Tchoi was a shareholder in the previously mentioned Liberdade s.r.o of a food industry company in Czech Republic. Ijong Tchoi was supposedly based in Macau.

Brazil Kim Jong-il
Source: Yonhap News Agency
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The North Korean embassy in Brazil refused to comment on the passport with the pictures of Kim Jong Il and Kim Jong-un, and the Brazilian Foreign Ministry said it was in the process of investigation.

You can buy my latest book on NK issues over there.



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