After 'Eleven Jinping', news report calls late North Korean leader 'Kim 2 Sung'

After Xi becoming Eleven, II becomes 2
Bangalore, Sept 26: Do we Indians have a problem in confusing English words with Roman numerals? After a Doordarshan newsreader committed a blunder last week by calling visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping as "Eleven" Jinping and was reportedly sacked, a news report in Bengali daily Anandabazaar Patrika pronounced Kim Il-Sung as Kim 2 Sung.

[Read: Kim Jong-un not seen for weeks, where is he?]

In a report about the absence of Kim Jong-un, the current supreme leader of North Korea in public life, the daily said the 31-year-old leader who is a successor of the previous lifetime leaders of the country, likes to project himself like his grandfather 'Kim 2 Sung' and hence focussed on physical weight to make himself look more authoritative. The daily said Kim Jong-un, who succeeded his father and late supreme leader Kim Jong-il in 2011, is fond of cheese and that could have led to a overweight problem for him.

Neighbouring South Korea is also keeping a close watch on the developments across the border over the mysterious absence of Kim Jong-un.

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