The North Korean politician will turn 36 on January 8 and has been the Supreme leader since 2012. He was the second of three children born between his mother Ko Yong-hui and Kim Jong-il in the capital of Pyongyang. However, he has not always lived in North Korea, a 2017 Amazon Prime documentary has detailed.
“Kim Jong Un: The Man who rules North Korea” claims he went to school near Bern, Switzerland, between 1998 and 2000.
The series goes on to reveal how he entered the country using false documents under the name “Pak Houn” claiming to be the son of an ambassador.
It even reveals what is claimed to be the actual papers, showing the name, alongside his brother “Mi Hyang” and his sister “Chol”.
The documentary reveals: “As a teenager, he was sent to continue his studies in the small town of Liebefeld, Switzerland.