(PatriotWise.com)- Kim Jong Un, the communist dictator of South Korea, was revealed this month to have ordered the execution of yet more musicians in his country.
Yeonmi Park, a North Korean defector, revealed how the conductor of the Pyongyang orchestra was shot 90 times in plain sight of the public and the orchestra on the orders of leader Kim Jong Un. The musicians in the orchestra were then forced to troop past the man’s body.
According to reports from South Korean media, Kim had heard that the conductor made a negative comment that he didn’t agree with to a friend – though no corroboration of that story is available. Nonetheless, it’s the only story we have, and given the communist dictator’s long history of performing assassinations on family members, colleagues, and friends, it doesn’t sound out of character.
The conductor who fell victim to the communist dictator’s murderous tendencies was Hyun-woo Cho.
It’s not the first time something like this has happened.
Back in September 2018, a North Korean defector revealed how she witnessed 11 musicians in the country “blown to bits.” The defector described how anti-aircraft guns were used in a horrific execution ordered by the nation’s leader Kim Jong Un.
26-year-old Hee Yeon Lim, who was the daughter of a high-ranking soldier in North Korea, fled to South Korea in 2016 and told horrific stories of what goes on in the secretive state.
Hee Yeon explained how she and her classmates were taken to a stadium in the military academy in Pyongyang where they were forced to watch as hooded and gagged victims were tied to the ends of anti-aircraft guns in front of tens of thousands of people. The guns were then reportedly fired one by one.
“The musicians just disappeared each time the guns were fired into them,” she said. “Their bodies were blown to bits, totally destroyed, blood and bits flying everywhere.”