Blog By Helma | 26-04-18
Husband in bed with wife’s sister when pregnant wife gets home
There's a rule that you cannot get married on February 16, which stands for the day Kim Jong II was born and April 15, the day when Kim Jong- II was born. Everyone has to bring flowers, wear traditional attires and offer prayers at their statues. Even Kim Jong Un is supposed to follow this one.
Ri Sol- Ju has to represent her husband in the progressive and modern light. Which is why she dresses up in modernity and liberally while his sister is supposed to represent his traditional side.
It is quite common to adopt husband's name after wedding but if you are Ri Sol- Ju you have to even leave your birth name and adopt a new name.
Her lifestyle after marriage has changed and it does not let her have leisurely escapes to meet her family.
Ri- Sol- Ju, the First Lady of North Korea, and her children have to lead a secret life while getting rid of speculations and rumors. And so is allowed to make special appearances and not every time.
Every movement of Kim Jong's wife is supervised under high security and she cannot be seen in any case. As her movement is very restricted it is impossible for her to have a social life.
This is as bizarre as Kim Jong- Un, his rules are opposite of everything everyone follows. While in countries, the First Lady is not allowed to visit the mourning sites, she has been spotted at the mourning sites and greeting her father in law and grandfather in law along with her husband.
She was forced to give birth to her first kid right after marriage. She was also put under a lot of pressure when it comes to giving birth to a son to carry the legacy forward. It was reported that she was supposed to have a kid right after marriage.
Her past relationships have not known just as her details about studies, college life, family, etc.
Ri Sol-Ju was a band performer, her CD’s and performances were burnt and deleted. He asked Ri Sol-Ju’s past band performances CD’s to be burnt to ashes.
Giving up her career was evident enough that she has to also give up on her decisions, life, choices etc also. Being North Korea’s First Lady isn’t as easy as it might look like her life is no more hers, with the strict rules she has to follow.