North Korea Chairman Kim Kim's allegory to President Mun ’s death in South Korea October 31 18:40

North Korea ’s Kim Jong-un, Chairman of the Korean Labor Party, sent a message to South Korean President Moon Jae-in, whose mother passed away, on the 30th. As North Korea launches a flying body that appears to be a ballistic missile toward the Sea of ​​Japan on the afternoon of the 31st, there is a growing interest in the true intention of North Korea's response, which is a mixture of hard and soft.

President Moon Jane's mother died on 29th due to senility. Mun ’s mother was from North Korea, now North Korea.

According to Korea's Cheong Wa Dae, North Korea ’s chairman of the Korean Labor Party sent a message to President Mun on the 30th and conveyed deep condolences.

It was said that it was handed over to the Korean side at Panmunjom (Panmen branch) on the north-south military boundary yesterday afternoon and delivered to President Mun that day.

Chairman Kim said the Korean facility of Kumgang (Kongo) mountain, which North and South jointly promoted tourism, said, “It ’s just bad to see.” In addition to the show, North Korea launched a flying object that appears to be a ballistic missile toward the Sea of ​​Japan in the afternoon of the 31st.

An official from Cheong Wa Dae explained, “I ca n’t think about this power connection with other issues,” but there is a lot of interest in the true nature of North Korea ’s response.