Kim Jong-un's powerful sister, recently reported, warned Seoul in a rare statement, defending the recent short-range missile test. Of North Korea.



In a statement handed to Pyongyang's central news agency, KCNA, the sister of North Korean leader Kim Yu-un, who is believed to be the deputy director of the Korea Workers' Party's Dissemination and Debate Department, said. South Korea's Presidential Palace crosses the line for statements related to North Korea's weapons test.

According to a North Korean media report, the North Korean leader's sister said the statement from South Korea's President Moon Jae's office was "an act of arrogance". Unhappy
Edit: Pang Kong