The health of North Korean leaders is usually a closely guarded state secret. However, there is speculation regarding current leader Kim due to his heavy smoking, apparent weight gain and family history of cardiovascular problems.
Kim Jong Un’s weight estimated by artificial intelligence
Kim Jong Un’s weight has been of global interest since he became the country’s leader nearly a decade ago. There has been speculation about his health, which is a closely guarded state secret, as well as his date of birth, which is believed to be 39 years old.
His weight loss a few years ago led some to speculate that it could be due to poor health. These matters are of great importance, especially since he is the leader of a nuclear-capable country known to engage in controversial activities.
“He looked tired, with clear dark circles”
Recently, however, South Korean officials used artificial intelligence to estimate the weight of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Although it was not specified what kind of software was used, Yoo Sang-bum, a member of the parliamentary intelligence committee, said that according to the AI analysis, Kim Jong Un was estimated to be more than 140 kg.
South Korea does not say what software was used to estimate Kim Jong Un’s weight, but an intelligence report suggests the North Korean leader may be struggling with insomnia.
“He looked tired with clear dark circles around his eyes during his public appearance on May 16, and was estimated to be over 140 kilograms according to AI analysis,” Yoo Sang-bum, a member of the parliamentary intelligence committee, told reporters. after a briefing of the National Intelligence Service, notes news.sky.com.
They say he works until 5 in the morning
North Korea’s tightly controlled state media rarely mentions the leader’s health, but in March North Korean newspaper Rodong Sinmun said Kim was working until 5 a.m., quoting him as saying he was used to work overnight.
At the same time, South Korea’s spy agency is monitoring the possibility that South Korea’s leader may be entering a “vicious cycle” of increased alcohol and nicotine addiction and experiencing worsening insomnia given the large amount of cigarettes he smokes. which are shipped to the North, added Yoo Sang-bum.
Kim is a third-generation hereditary leader who came to power after his father, Kim Jong Il, died in 2011 after suffering a heart attack.