Here's what the North Korean boy-leader has been up to while holding a 24-year-old American prisoner.
Matthew Miller was convicted of "hostile acts."
It's North Korea, so we have to guess.
The new round of missile tests probably didn't help.
For committing unspecified “hostile acts.”
The country says it has a man who "perpetrated activities that violated the laws of our republic."
Seven people actually went for the "Dear Leader."
Hyon Song-wol was reportedly seen speaking on state TV this week.
But haven't hit any land or military targets.
Another likely-false story about the authoritarian regime.
"Our leader's haircut is very particular."
Women flock to the North Korean leader, for some reason.
No more "sea of flames"?
Just to keep everyone on their toes.
U.S.-South Korean war games start next week.
A bit old for a labor camp.
The new U.N. report includes drawings based on a victim's memories.
Kim Jong-un may face International Criminal Court for crimes against humanity.