Wednesday, April 10, 2013

North Korea's Ex-Super Spy Kim Hyon Hui

DPRK's Ex-Super Spy Kim Hyon Hui

Via ABC News (Australia) April 10, 2013

While the Korean peninsula remains in a state of high alert, one of the DPRK's former top spies recently revealed many secrets about how the Hermit Kingdom operates and also about its 1987 bombing of Korean Air Flight 858. In this fascinating interview with ABC News, former femme fatale and super spy for North Korea, Kim Hyon Hui, who now lives in top-secret exile, tells about her past life as a killer secret agent for the DPRK.

It all started when she was recognized as a very intelligent and very beautiful high school student who spoke flawless Japanese. She was then chosen by the central party to attend North Korea's elite spy training school up in the remote mountains. She was forced to leave her family and friends with very short notice. Then they gave her a new identity and advanced training in martial arts, military weaponry and foreign languages. And then...

See also:

North Korean Anti-Nuclear Postcard 1989

North Korea vs South Korea = Worst Korea


  1. Is it wrong that this gave me an erection?

  2. Yet more proof that North Korea is Best Korea!

  3. Damn that beeyatch be a cold blooded killer brutha. Don't you know.