The communist leader of North Korea is Kim Il-Sung.
The current leader of North Korea is a despotic dictator called Kim Jong Un.
The communist leader of North Korea 1950 is Kim Il-Sung.
The supreme leader in North Korea is Kim Jong-Un, grandson of the founder and Eternal President of North Korea, Kim Il-Sung.
The leader of North Korea runs North Korea, He owns the country and leads it in a dictator fashion.
North Korea supreme leader is Kim Jong-Un.
The Supreme Leader of North Korea is KIM JONG-UN.
The communist Kim Il-sung governed North Korea at that time.
As of January 2012, the new leader of North Korea is not Kim Jong Il, but his son, Kim Jong Un.
2011 year north Korea : Jung-il Kim south Korea : Myeong-bak Lee
He was a leader of North Korea.
he was a hero who saved north Korea from Americans by taking the north Korean leader hostage
The decision makers of North Korea are the leaders of the country and government. Also, as of now 2011 the leader of North Korea is Kim Jong- il.
Technically, North Korea has an 'eternal president', Kim Il-Sung, but its real leader is the supreme leader Kim Jong-Il.
The current leader of North Korea is Kim-Jong Il. He gained power when his father died. Recently Kim-Jong Il signed a document saying that when he dies, his son will be the new leader of North Korea.
No, he was the president of North Vietnam.
The former North Korean Leader Kim Il-Sung, backed by the USSR, wanted to reunify Korea by force.
North Korea has a title of "President" however, this is reserved for the "Eternal President" Kim Il-Sung, who officially is the leader of the North Korean State despite being dead since 1994. However, for actual governance, Kim Il-Sung's grandson, Kim Jong-Un is the Supreme Leader of North Korea. So the equivalent function of "President" in North Korea would be "Supreme Leader", even though there is a "President" in North Korea whose functions are completely different.
Of course, communists control North Korea. Kim Jong-il is the leader of North Korea and currently, he wants to give his power to his son Kim Jong-Eun.
Kim Jong Ill
Kim Jong Un.
they are chosen by the current leader befor thier time of death
The leader of North Korea is elected but as no-one is allowed to stand against him in an election there is only one person to vote for. This is sometimes termed a Marxist state but can also be referred to as a dictatorship. The present leader is the son of the original leader.
not a monkey, not a giraffe, not a human, a man. Whoa, I'm a genius. bask in my greatness children. No stupid! you are not a genius and the real answer is Lee Myung-Bak, he is the current leader of North Korea
Kim II-Sung was leader from 1948-1994(death)
President Roh Moo-Hyun is current leader of the republic of Korea. but in 2008, now, Lee Myung-Bak is the president of South Korea. He is new.
MacArthur was the leader of the attack n North Korea and south korea civil war :)
North Korean leader Kim Il-sung was hoping to unite all of Korea under communist rule. North Korea was supported by the Soviet Union (Russia) and the People's Republic of China.
He is the Supreme Leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (also known as North Korea). He is the Chairman of the National Defense Commission, Supreme Commander of the Korean People's Army, and General Secretary of the Workers' Party of Korea (the ruling party since 1948). He succeeded his father Kim Il-sung, founder of North Korea, who died in 1994, and commands the fourth largest standing army in the world. North Korea officially refers… Read More
Well lately there have been threats from north korea, a disturbance with missiles, and the death of Kim Jung Ill (NK's leader) and lets just say, the north doesn't like the south...
The leader of South Korea during the Korean Civil War which later resulted in US intervention was Syngman Rhee. He wanted Korea to be reunited, just as Northern leader Kim Il Sung. Rhee wasn't a strong leader and was a personal rival of Kim. He was brought to power with a US sponsored election, that the USSR refused to let North Korea participate in. Although some historians say Rhee was planning to attack the North… Read More
North Korea has an 'Eternal President', as well as a Supreme Leader. South Korea has both a Prime Minister and a President.
Kim Jong-il is the leader of North Korea.
It is North Korea (Not South)
North Korea has more of a communist government, and North Korea has a different leader. He is more of a dictator, because he does not let anyone enter/leave the country, or let anyone badmouth the government.
No. Kim Jong-il has never taken the position of president of North Korea. Instead, he is referred to as the 'Supreme Leader' of North Korea. His father Kim Il-Sung is considered the 'eternal president of North Korea', officially receiving this title in 1994.
The "president" of North Korea is Kim Il-sung, who has been dead for twenty years. After his death, he was named "eternal president". The living leader of North Korea is Kim Jong-un, whose title is "First Secretary of the Workers' Party of Korea".
The North Korean missile crisis was concerning for several reasons. First, there was the possibility of North Korea starting a nuclear war with the USA. Second, the problem with North Korea is that its leader is generally not in the best of mental stability.
Kim Il-sung, the leader of North Korea, wanted to unite thepeninsula under his communist government.
Rhee Syngman was the president of South Korea. Kim Il-sung was the leader of North Korea.
He went to school in Switzerland when he was younger, but he has not left North Korea since assuming the position of Supreme Leader.
As of 2011, the leader of North Korea of Kim Jong-un. He took over after his father Kim Jong-il died in December 2011.
Kim Jong Il is the supreme leader of North Korea.
By family succession. His dad was the former leader.
north koreas people are starting to question thier leader
Kim Jong-il has never become president of South Korea; he is the 'Supreme Leader' of North Korea.
Depends, which one are you talking about, the recent one or the Korean war one? Well the Korean war one was because Kim Jong wanted the South Korea to reunite with North Korea with North Korea as the leader and the recent bombardment of South Korea's island was because north Korea said they felt "threatened" when the south Koreans did a live military drill near the borders
Kim Il-Sung. Yes.. He managed to live that long.