Kim Il Sung

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Kim Il Sung

also Kim Il-sung  (kĭm′ ĭl′ sŭng′, so͝ong′) Originally Kim Song Ju. 1912?-1994.
Korean soldier and politician who fought against Japan (1932-1945) and served as premier (1948-1972) and president (1972-1994) of North Korea.

Kim Il Sung

(kim iːl sʌŋ)
n
1. (Biography) 1912-94, North Korean statesman and marshal; prime minister (1948-72) and president (1972-94) of North Korea
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Kim Song Ju, 71, Kim Bok Rye, 71, and Kim Jung Gon, 76, the brother of Kim Sun Rye, who was forced to work at age 14, filed the lawsuit with the Nagoya District Court, demanding an apology in addition to the compensation for having to labor at a plant in Nagoya.
Kim Song Ju claims she lost part of her finger while working for the firm because safety standards at the plant were nonexistent.