Kim Jong Un loves to eat shark soup

North Korea's supreme leader Kim Jong Un seems to be holding back the debate. Kim is in the news for a nuclear debate, or more or less an authoritarian decision.

This time Kim Jong Un's food list is under discussion. Former North Korean government chef Kenji Fujimoto has been quoted in an international media report on Kim's diet. According to which, Kim has a hobby of drinking expensive wine. The North Korean ruler also loves to eat cheese.

According to an old interview with Fujimoto, the surprise is elsewhere! Kim Jong Un likes baby shark soup very much. And Kim often has 'soup whims' with her chef-team.

According to a UN report, there is a food crisis in North Korea. The children of that country are the victims of malnutrition. In this context, the food-budget of the food-hungry ruler is no less than an 'understanding' for Pyongyang, according to media reports.

Incidentally, it is not unknown that Kim Jong Un has been suffering from a number of problems for a long time, including excessive smoking and obesity.

According to the international media, this led to heart surgery and since then Kim Jong Un has been seriously ill. Although Kim's claims about the surgery are not true or false, there has been no statement from Pyongyang. However, the US drug agency Johns Hopkins claims that the type of obesity that Kim has is normal for heart surgery.

After a long absence, Kim Jong Un came to the fore on May 1, ending all curiosity. He was seen cutting the ribbon at a fertilizer factory in Sanchez, near the capital, Pyongyang.

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