Seoul, Jun 2: South Korean media reports that North Korea has informed its diplomatic missions that Kim Jong II's youngest son will be the nation's next leader.
The Hankook llbo reported that communist regime sent the message right after its nuclear test on May 25 and asked the diplomats to elect Kim's 26-year-old third son, Jong Un to be the nation's leader.
Most analysts believe that Kim's youngest son has the best chance of succeeding the authoritarian leader. Only a little information is known about him. Jong Un studied at the International School of Berne in Switzerland.
Kenji Fujimoto, Kim Jong II's former sushi chef said that Kim's youngest son looks and acts like his father and is the leader's favourite.