December 28, the government of North Korea hold the funeral procession of North Korean President, Kim Jong-Il, in Pyongyang, North Korea. The procession was attended by thousands of people from all walks of politicians, the military up to the general public.

Son Jong-Il's successor at the same time, Kim Jong-un, walking Limousine car carrying his father's corpse. Jong-Il's youngest son had a chance to pay their respects to the president who was nicknamed "The Dear Leader" is.

Not only Jong-un, a number of relatives and VIPs also take the corpse run. They include Jong-il's brother-in-law, Jang Song Thaek, and Defense Minister Kim Yong Chun. The presence of Jang and Yong Chun indicated that they will have an important role as Jong Un officially inherited his father's leadership.

Jong-il's body inside a coffin covered with a red flag and a sprinkling of white flowers, just the process of his father's funeral in 1994. At the funeral, the North seemed hysterical when the president who has served for 17 years was brought to a final resting Kumsusan Memorial Palace at a distance of 40 km. Snowfall in the area of ​​Pyongyang when the procession became a sign that nature is also mourning the death of Jong-Il.

"We have completed the parade as a farewell to our great leader who is respected," said squad leader who led the funeral honors. The ceremony ended with a shot into the air 21 times.

The series of funeral Jong-Il continues today, Thursday (29 September). There will be an opportunity for North Koreans to pay their respects to the deceased official. As a form of respect, residents ordered to silence for three minutes, accompanied by artillery fire and the train siren.

President Jong-Il at the age of 69 years died of a heart attack on 17 December. He breathed his last while on the train.


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