Five-faced Kim Jong Un praises outgoing South Korean President Moon Jae-in The North Korean leader recently sent a letter of thanks to Moon. The word of that personal letter has come out today. Diplomatic experts say Kim’s sending such a letter praising a head of state is rare in history.
The most conservative politician, Eun Sook Yol, will take over the South Korean presidency on May 10. So Moon sent a personal letter to Kim last Wednesday before his term expired. Kim also replied almost immediately. According to North Korea’s state news agency KCNA, Kim praised Moon’s role in improving relations between the two countries. Kim also thanked Moon for easing military tensions on the border. The North Korean government has said Moon will continue to play a leading role in reducing military tensions between the two countries after his retirement.
However, South Korean political analysts say that despite Kim’s personal letter, relations between the two countries continue to be strained. Because the future president of the South has already threatened that if the North takes any military action against them, he will not remain silent. Immediate counter-attacks against North Korea. Kim Yoo-jung, Kim’s sister and another pillar of the North Korean administration, strongly condemned Yun’s remarks.