Kim Han-sol, the nephew of North Korean ruler Kim Jong-un, is young, college-educated, fluent in English and living abroad. And he has called his uncle a dictator. But chances are slim he could ever lead his homeland. Here’s why.
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Kim Han-Sol is the nephew of North Korean leader Kim Jung Un. Kim Han-Sol’s father, Kim Jong Nam, was publicly assassinated by his uncle earlier this year. He has many different from his uncle but it might be those difference that make it difficult for him to lead North Korea in the future. North Korea recently launched an ICBM in their latest missile test which has further strained US-North Korea relations.
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