North Korea's Kim Jong-Un turns into a matchmaker for his sister, set to host dating contest
Kim Jong-Un's younger sister Kim Yo Jong is one of the most eligible women in North Korea.
London: A report has claimed that North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un will host a matchmaking contest to marry off younger sister Kim Yo Jong.
The report further says that the process will be similar to a hit TV show telecast in the UK where a single man tries to persuade one of the 30 single women to agree to go on date with him.
As per the Sun, a British tabloid: “Kim Jong Un to launch ‘Take Me Out’–style matchmaking contest to find a husband for his spinster sister.”
According to reports in media, bachelors will be selected by the North Korean leader himself.
Some of the criteria are that the men should have studied from or are attending the Kim Il-sung University in Pyongyang and must be 5 feet and 10 inches tall. Also, those seeking the hand of one of the most eligible women in North Korea must have served in the Army.
A Korean newspaper had recently published an article dismissing rumors that Yo-Jong has been married off to the son of a prominent party official.