Documentary Film on KJU’s Security Orgs Visits During August to November 2012

22 Jan

DPRK state media over the weekend release a documentary film of Kim Jong Un’s visiting Korean People’s Army [KPA] sites, interactions with members of internal security agencies and and attending KPA-based performances and sports events.

The first scenes of the documentary film show Kim Jong Un, joined his wife Ri Sol Ju and senior KPA and party officials visiting the statues of Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il on the campus of the Ministry of People’s Armed Forces.

(Photos: KCTV screengrab)

(Photos: KCTV screengrab)

Commemorative photo taken in front of the KIS-KJI statues at the Ministry of the People's Armed Forces.  In this image (L-R): Hwang Pyong So, VMar Kim Jong Gak, Ri Sol Ju, Kim Jong Un, Gen. Choe Ryong Hae and Gen. Hyon Yong Chol (Photo: KCTV screengrab)

Commemorative photo taken in front of the KIS-KJI statues at the Ministry of the People’s Armed Forces. In this image (L-R): Hwang Pyong So, VMar Kim Jong Gak, Ri Sol Ju, Kim Jong Un, Gen. Choe Ryong Hae and Gen. Hyon Yong Chol (Photo: KCTV screengrab)

Kim Jong Un visited the KPA Exhibition of Arms and Equipment, and toured its E-Library.

(Photos: KCTV screengrab)

(Photos: KCTV screengrab)

Kim Jong Un (L) at a computer workstation at the KPA Exhibition of Arms and Equipment E-Library (Photos: KCTV screengrab)

Kim Jong Un (L) at a computer workstation at the KPA Exhibition of Arms and Equipment E-Library (Photos: KCTV screengrab)

Kim Jong Un examines an artillery piece (L) and stands at the entrance of the KPA Exhibition of Arms and Equipment (Photos: KCTV screengrab)

Kim Jong Un examines an artillery piece (L) and stands at the entrance of the KPA Exhibition of Arms and Equipment (Photos: KCTV screengrab)

Kim Jong Un, Ri Sol Ju and members of the central leadership attended a performance by the Korean People’s Internal Security Forces All-Woman Brass Ensemble

(Photos: KCTV screengrab)

(Photos: KCTV screengrab)

(Photos: KCTV screengrab)

(Photos: KCTV screengrab)

After the KPISF all-woman brass ensemble performance, Kim Jong Un talked with members of the central leadership (Photos: KCTV screengrabs)

After the KPISF all-woman brass ensemble performance, Kim Jong Un talked with members of the central leadership (Photos: KCTV screengrabs)

KJU, Madame Ri and members of the central leadership attended a performance of the KPA Brass Band .

(Photos: KCTV screengrabs)

(Photos: KCTV screengrabs)

Kim Jong Un smokes a cigarette after the KPA Brass Band performance (top) and talking to officials (Photos: KCTV screengrab)

Kim Jong Un smokes a cigarette after the KPA Brass Band performance (top) and talking to officials (Photos: KCTV screengrab)

KJU visits the headquarters of the Ministry of State Security to view the statue of Kim Jong Il.

(Photos: KCTV screengrabs)

(Photos: KCTV screengrabs)

Kim Jong Un, Ri Sol Ju and several close aides watch a shooting competition and women’s volleyball game

(Photos: KCTV screengrabs)

(Photos: KCTV screengrabs)

(Photos: KCTV screengrabs)

(Photos: KCTV screengrabs)

Kim Jong Un and a number of senior party and KPA officials visited the equestrian company of KPA Unit #534.  Kim Jong Il visited the unit in November 2008 as he recuperated from his stroke.  During his visit Kim Jong Un instructed that the equestrian grounds be turned over to the management of the State Physical Culture and Sports Commission, so it can be used by DPRK civilians.

(Photos: KCTV screengrab)

(Photos: KCTV screengrab)

(Photos: KCTV screengrabs)

(Photos: KCTV screengrabs)

(Photos: KCTV screengrabs)

(Photos: KCTV screengrabs)

Kim Jong Un visited the Ministry of State Security’s headquarters, where he posed for commemorative photographs with MSS personnel and met senior MSS management.

(Photos: KCTV screengrabs)

(Photos: KCTV screengrabs)

KJU attended a commemorative photograph session with participants at a meeting of local police officials of the Ministry of People’s Security and Korean People’s Internal Security Forces.

(Photos: KCTV screengrabs)

(Photos: KCTV screengrabs)

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