In recent media coverage, 44 provisions of Kim Jong-il’s last will and testament have been nationally acknowledged; including nuclear test, missile/cyber-attacks, and more are confirmed to coincide with current situations in North Korea. The revised version from the first edition was published on April 11, 2013 (Price: 24,000 won, 419 pages). Kim Jong-il’s last will, known as ‘10.8 dying injunction’ according to North Korean media, was obtained by North Korea Strategic Information Service Center (NKSIS) in early 2012. Through a such topics related seminar, some of the core contents were released on April 12, 2012. In November 22, 2012, the whole contents became open to the public as an analysis report in this book titled Kim Jong-il’s Last Will and Kim Jong-un’s Futureby Lee, Yun Keol (Vision One, 412 pages). Currently, the pre-ordered books are being sold first.
Passed down by the dictator Kim Il-sung, the cases covered in this book imply fundamental influence from Kim Jong-il’s immanent intentions rather than his persona, and they are used as a primary way to interpret his last will. Ultimately, the main purpose is to analyze and diagnose Kim Jong-un’s forthcoming future.
The book starts with a preface, then Chapter 1: Kim Jong-il’s Last Will left to Kim Kyong-hui; Chapter 2: Kim Jong-il’s Dying Injunctions through the Last Will; Chapter 3: How NKSIS obtained The Last Will; Chapter 4: The future of standing alone leader Kim Jong-un.
Public affairs are carried out by the closest members of the Kim Family regime; however, understanding the political activities performed by the power elites centered around Kim Il-sung or Kim Jong-il is difficult, and so this book analyzes this phenomena in detail and predicts the possible outcomes from the data. Detailed information is released regarding the untold story of the death of Kim Il-sung and Kim Jong-il; including inner circle members of the Kim family: Kim Kyong-hui, Kim Jong-chul, Kim Sul-song, and their closest followers: Choe Yong-lim, Jang Sung-taek, Choe Ryong-hae, Kim Kyong-ok, Kim Jong-gak, Lee Yong-ho, Kim Gyuk-sik, Kim Myong-guk, Hyun Chul-hae, and they are discussed in a manner of why they were chosen by Kim Jong-il. NKSIS has exclusively collected and released a data about North Korea’s nuclear missile development, nuclear power plant, oil drilling, State Security Department of North Korea and more; in which, these help to understand the North Korean system. In essence, it analyzes the inside situation of North Korea in detail and objectively determine the North Korea’s strategic intention; and in order to build effective countermeasures, this book aims to provide vital knowledge of North Korea. Especially for the newly emerged North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, certain logical viewpoint was established to understand the related subjects, and it serves as a purpose to predict and prepare for the future of North Korea.
Chapter 1 includes the analysis of the main contents of the Kim Jong-il’s last will left to Kim Kyong-hui. With the experts’ evaluations and the first public release of explanations surrounding Kim Jong-il’s death, this chapter explains the core purpose of the North Korea strategy.
In chapter 2, Kim Jong-il’s dying injunctions left for Kim Jong-un’s new reign analyzed in specific detail but also in general viewpoint.
Chapter 3 describes the process of how NKSIS obtained Kim’s last will. The first aim was for the public attention, and then exclusive data was released with analyses as the company was established. Background information of NKSIS and official/unofficial information we should know about North Korea are listed in this chapter.
The last chapter is about how Kim Jong-un stands alone in unforeseeable future while he needs to untangle the current problems in order to prepare North Korea for the future. Accordingly, this chapter analyzes what countermeasures are available in response to Kim Jong-un’s plans.
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