A North Korean pop star famous for her bizarre propaganda song, “Excellent Horse-Like Lady,” was reportedly executed years after the country’s unhinged leader…
A North Korean pop star famous for her bizarre propaganda song, “Excellent Horse-Like Lady,” was reportedly executed years after the country’s unhinged leader Kim Jong-un took a romantic interest in her.
But, neigh!
Hyon Song-wol, apparently hoofed it back from the dead this week when she appeared in a tour of factories with the tubby tyrant, according to the Sunday Times of London.
The Moranbong Band frontwoman, whose hit 2005 tune is a tribute to hardworking textile factory workers, was photographed by Kim’s side during the visits and at the opening night of the country’s widely viewed Mass Games gymnastics performance last week, the paper reported.

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