Kim Jong-Il's Impersonator Is Still Very Much Alive (Video)
Jan 11, 2012 12:37
Most people never consider the impact the deaths of these famous people
have on their impersonators. So here's a little insight on one such person who took it upon himself to act like North Korea's recently departed Great Leader:
According to the YouTube video description, this is a video of 61-year-old Kim Young-sik who “works as an engraver in the South Korean capital, Seoul.” His real claim to fame, however, was a successful run as a Kim Jong Il lookalike, which has since been rendered obsolete once the original Kim Jong Il passed away.
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