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  • Who is Kim Yo-Jong? Kim Jong-Un's younger sister

    Believed to be aged 30, Yo Jong is one of three children born to Kim Jong Il and his third known partner, former dancer Ko Yong Hui, making her a full sister of Kim Jong-Un.

    Mail Online
  • Kim Jong Un’s sister, Kim Yo Jong, is pregnant

    Kim Jong Un’s sister, Kim Yo Jong, reportedly revealed she was pregnant with her second child during her visit to the PyeongChang Winter Olympics earlier this month. Kim Yo Jong, who was dubbed “Kim Jong Un’s Ivanka” by the South’s media, told Seoul’s officials she was pregnant after she felt some discomfort during her three-day...

    New York Post
  • Kim Kardashian Made White Sweatpants Look Like Couture — How? She's Kim Kardashian

    When Kim Kardashian stepped out with her mom, Kris Jenner, and sister, Kourtney, for lunch at family-favorite restaurant Carousel in Hollywood, Kourtney was wearing denim, Kris, her signature leather skinnies, and Kim, why, sweats of course! This pair was dental white, but similar enough to the gray iteration she wore the day before. Kim seems to be on the same beat - a tightfitting top, heeled booties, and loungewear. But Kim's peach bodysuit made her outfit feel very '80s workout, and with...

    POPSUGAR Fashion
  • Who is Kim Jong Un's mysterious Olympics-bound sister, Kim Yo Jong?

    The main attraction at the PyeongChang Winter Olympics, which officially kicks off Friday, will undoubtedly be its 102 sporting events. But just as popular, will be the sideshow that is Kim Yo Jong, the sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, who will be the first member of North Korea's ruling...

    ABC News
  • WATCH: Kim Yo Jong: Everything you need to know about Kim Jong-un's sister

    The younger sister of the North Korean ruler is considered one of his closes confidantes.

    ABC News
  • Corrupted Chinese official tipped off Kim Jong Un, leading to Kim Jong Nam's death

    A Chinese government official has suggested that the killing of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's brother in Malaysia one year ago resulted from a conflict over who should succeed their father, Kim Jong Il.

    NHK WORLD
  • Kim Yo Jong, Kim Jong Un's sister, heads home after South Korea visit

    GANGNEUNG, South Korea — A North Korean delegation led by leader Kim Jong Un's sister headed home Sunday night after a whirlwind three days in South Korea, where she sat among world dignitaries at the Olympics and tossed a diplomatic offer to the South aimed at ending seven decades of ...

    www.washingtontimes.com
  • Kim Jong-Un Offers to Send Sister to Olympics, Potentially First Kim to Visit South Korea

    North Korea has announced it will send Kim Yo-jong, dictator Kim Jong-un's sister, to the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea, making the high-ranking Workers' Party of Korea (WPK) official the first Kim family member to step foot in free South Korea since the countries split.

    Breitbart
  • Who is Kim Yo-jong? Kim Jong-un's sister attending Olympics opening ceremony in South Korea

    Power in pariah state of North Korea is a family affair as Kim's little sister moves further into world spotlight at Winter Olympics.

    International Business Times UK
  • Kim Jong Nam reportedly met with a US agent in Malaysia and it could be part of a plot to overthrow Kim Jong Un

    Kim Jong Nam, the murdered half-brother of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, reportedly met with a US intelligence agent in Malaysia days before his death. China reportedly had seriously considered a plot to replace Kim Jong Un with his half brother, something which would serve both the US and China's strategic interests. Kim Jong Nam's son has reportedly been the subject of North Korean assassination attempts too, lending weight to the theory that other members of the Kim family could be used...

    Business Insider
  • Meet North Korea's mysterious 'princess' Kim Yo Jong — the 20-something sister of Kim Jong Un who disappeared for 7 years and is making a landmark trip to South Korea for the Olympics

    In a rare show of diplomacy between the two Koreas, Kim Jong Un's younger sister is traveling to South Korea on Friday for the opening ceremony of the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang. Her journey will be a milestone of historic significance — she'll be the first member of North Korea's ruling family to visit the south since the Korean War in the 1950s, according to The New York Times. Like her brother, and much of the rest of their family, few details are known about Kim Yo Jong and the life...

    Business Insider
  • Chloe Kim Wins the Gold

    With multiple scores in the 90s, Chloe Kim wins the gold medal in women's halfpipe.

    www.nbcwashington.com
  • Kim Zolciak: Topless on Instagram! Again!

    Say what you will about Kim Zolciak, the woman knows how to hold her fans' attention. When Kim's not feuding with Nene Leakes, she delivers the other sort of content that's proven time and again to be social media gold. We're talking, of course, about nudity. Sure, nude photos of Kim Zolciak are nothing new, but as long as they continue to get a response from her social media followers, you can be sure Kim will continue to post them. Kim knows what her people want, and she gives it...

    feeds.thehollywoodgossip.com
  • Rising Stars: Chloe Kim

    The 17-year-old Las Palmas, CA native looks like the next big thing in women's snowboarding.

    CBSDFW
  • Rising Stars: Chloe Kim

    The 17-year-old Las Palmas, CA native looks like the next big thing in women's snowboarding.

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  • Handshake to bring Kim in from the cold:

    Kim Jong Un's sister Kim Yo Jong shook hands with South Korean President Moon Jae-in and gave him a handwritten note inviting him to take part in a summit at ‘the earliest possible date’.

    Mail Online
  • Kim Zolciak has on no makeup or wig

    Kim Zolciak often is heavily made up for the camera. But on Saturday The Real Housewives Of Atlanta star stripped it all away as she went makeup free and without a wig.

    Mail Online
  • Kim Kardashian looks cheeky in all beige

    Kanye may have deleted his account, but Kim has no intention of doing the same.

    Mail Online
  • Stop sushi-shaming Kim Kardashian

    A few days ago, Kim Kardashian took a break from snapping mirror selfies and hawking her cosmetics to post an innocent Instagram story of a culinary creation she assembled for her kids, dubbed #hotdogsushi. Over an image of cut-up hot dogs wrapped in rice and nori, she wrote: “When your kids LOVE sushi & hotdogs, you get creative #hotdogsushi.” Twitter backlash was swift—and completely unwarranted. Internet, leave Kim K. alone.

    The Takeout
  • Chloe Kim's winning more than gold after Pyeongchang

    At 17, snowboarder Chloe Kim has already won an Olympic gold medal and made history by being the first woman to land back-to-back 1080 degree spins at the Games. Her final run earned a nearly perfect score: 98.25. Chances are she'll be earning more than high scores very soon. Kim almost seems tailor made for endorsement deals. "Success breeds success -- and brands will want to capitalize on her gold," Elizabeth Lindsey, of the marketing agency Wasserman, told CNNMoney. "On average, we plan for...

    WPLG
  • Kim Yo Jong is a Twisted Sister

    She holds a key post in Pyongyang’s fearsome and brutal Propaganda and Agitation Department.

    WSJ
  • Kim Kardashian Is Back To Covering Her Nipples

    Some people forget to take out the trash or call their mothers, but Kim Kardashian's one of those people who forgets to share a half naked selfie. Kim's back to covering her nipples and did it with the help of an itsy bitsy black bikini. Her hair's…

    TMZ
  • Chloe Kim Flips to Halfpipe Gold

    Chloe Kim, a 17-year-old snowboarder from Southern California, affirmed her place as the world’s most dominant female halfpipe artist by winning gold in that event in a runaway on Tuesday.

    WSJ
  • Who is North Korea's Kim Yo Jong?

    Kim Yo Jong, the sister of the North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, has stolen quite a few headlines from the first weekend of the PyeongChang Olympics.

    POLITICO