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Kim Jong-Un's Ex-Girlfriend Executed After Allegedly Appearing in Porn Films

Kim Jong-Un’s ex-girlfriend was executed by firing squad along with a dozen other musicians after they were accused of violating North Korea’s pornography laws, reported a South Korean newspaper.

The Chosun Ilbo wrote that performers of the Unhasu Orchestra and Wangjaesan Light Music Band were arrested on Aug. 17 after allegedly filming themselves having sex and selling copies of the tapes in China.

Some of the musicians were also found in possession of Bibles and were treated as political dissidants.

Kim’s ex-girlfriend Hyon Song-Wol and the accused members were publicly executed by machine guns three days later, while the remaining orchestra members were forced to watch.

Kim and Hyon had dated until Kim Jong-Il expressed disapproval of the match, though it was rumored the two continued their affair after both were married.

Kim’s current wife Ri Sol-Ju was once a member of the orchestra, leading Chosun Ilbo to speculate whether she had anything to do with the execution.

North Korean affairs and professor at Tokyo’s Waseda University Toshimitsu Shigemura noted that much of the news administered from the communist state is questionable, and that facing execution for violating pornography laws is unbelievable.

“They could have been made to disappear into the prison system there instead,” Shigemura said. “There is a political reason behind this.”

Shigemura added that Ri’s association with the orchestra could be connected to the executions.

Sources: Fox News, The Independent

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