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Abe Shinzo
Japan Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary
Armitage Richard
US Deputy Secretary of State
Ban Ki-moon
ROK Foreign Minister
Bolton John
US Undersecretary of State for Arms Control and International Security
Chang Sung Taek
DPRK Vice Director of KWP Central Committee, brother-in-law of Kim Jong Il
Chi Sung-hong
ROK Former Foreign Minister
Cho Tae-yong
ROK Leader of North Korea nuclear crisis Task Force at Foreign Ministry
Cho Young-kil
ROK Defence Minister
Choe Hong Gyu
DPRK Director of the Department for Planning Methodology at the State Planning Commission
Choe Ik Gyu
DPRK Minister of Culture
Choe Jin Su
DPRK Ambassador in China
Choe Jong Gon
DPRK Minister of City Management
Choe Nam Gyun
DPRK Minister of Procurement and Food Administration
Choe Byung-yul
ROK Chairman of the Grand National Party - firm opponent of the Kim regime in Pyongyang
Choe Ryong Su
DPRK People's Security Minister, member of the National Defence Commission, Chairman of the SPA Legislation Committee
Choe Su Hon
DPRK Deputy Foreign Minister
Choe Tae Bok
DPRK Chairman of the Supreme People's Assembly, Secretary of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea
Choe Yong Gon
DPRK Vice Minister of Construction and Building-Materials Industries, Chairman of the North-South Committee for the Promotion of Economic Cooperation
Chung Dong-young
ROK Minister of Unification
Chung Ju-yung
ROK Founder of Hyundai (+)
Chung Mong-hun
ROK Chairman of Hyundai Asan (+)
Chyung Dai-chul
ROK special envoy of president Roh to US
Dai Bingguo
PRC President Hu Jintao's Special Envoy to Pyongyang AccessAsia profile July 2003
Detrani Joseph
US Special Envoy for DPRK negotiations - successor to Jack Pritchard, and US representative to KEDO
ElBaradei Mohamed
IAEA Director General
Fu Ying
PRC Foreign Ministry Chief of Asian Affairs Bureau
Goh Kun
former ROK Prime Minister and interim President during Roh Moo-hyun's impeachment
Green Michael
Asian affairs director on the US National Security Council
Gregg Donald P.
former US Ambassador to Seoul in the first Bush administration 1989-1993
Han Song Ryol
DPRK Deputy Ambassador to the UN
Hill Christopher
US Ambassador to South Korea
Hitomi Soga
Japanese wife of Charles Jenkins, kidnapped by the DPRK
Ho Jong
DPRK Ambassador of the Foreign Ministry
Hong Sok Hyong
DPRK member of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly
Hong Song Nam
DPRK former Prime Minister
Hwang Jang-yop
DPRK former Secretary of KWP, defected to South Korea in 1997
Hyon Chol Hae
DPRK General in KPA
Hyun Jung-eun
ROK Chairwoman of Hyundai Asan, widow of Chung Mong-hun
Jang Il Son
DPRK Minister of Land and Environment Preservation
Jenkins Charles Robert
former US army soldier living in the DPRK, husband of Hitomi Soga
Jeong Se-hyun
former ROK Unification Minister
Ji Jae Suk
DPRK Ambassador to Singapore
Jo Chang Dok
DPRK Vice Premier of the Cabinet
Jo Il Min
Chief of the Pyongyang Mission of the National Democratic Front of South Korea (NDFSK)
Jo Myong Rok
DPRK Vice Marshal, First Vice Chairman of the National Defense Commission, Director of the General Political Department of the KPA
Jo Yun Hui
DPRK Minister of Construction and Building-materials Industries
Jon Pyong Ho
DPRK member of the National Defence Commission
Jon Sung Hun
DPRK Vice Prime Minister
Jong Ha Chol
DPRK Secretary of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea
Jong Mun San
DPRK Chief Secretary of the Cabinet
Ju Tong Il
DPRK Minister of Power and Coal Industries
Kang Yong Sop
DPRK member of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly
Kang Sok Ju
DPRK Deputy Foreign Minister, negotiator of Agreed Framework, one of Kim Jong Il's closest confidents
Kelly James A.
US Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs
Kim Chang Sik
DPRK Minister of Agriculture
Kim Chang Su
DPRK Director of the Central Statistics Bureau
Kim Chol Su
Alleged DPRK alias of professor Song Doo-yul, according to defector Hwang Jang-yop
Kim Dae-jung
ROK Former President
Kim Dong-keun
ROK president of the Korea Industrial Complex Corp., nominated as head for the Kaesong management agency
Kim Gye Gwan
DPRK Vice Foreign Minister
Kim Il Chol
DPRK Defence Minister, member of the National Defence Commission
Kim Il Sung
DPRK Eternal Leader (+), father of Kim Jong Il
Kim John
ROK Director of General Affairs at Pyeonghwa Motors Corp.
Kim Jong Chul
DPRK second son of Kim Jong Il, possible heir (first son of Koh Yong Hee, born 1981)
Kim Jong Gak
DPRK General of the Korean People's Army
Kim Jong Gi
DPRK Vice Minister of Foreign Trade
Kim Jong Il
DPRK Dear Leader, son of Kim Il Sung, Supreme Commander of the KPA, Chairman of the National Defense Commission, General Secretary of the Korean Workers' Party
Kim Jong Nam
DPRK first son of Kim Jong Il, possible heir (son of Song Hye Rim), reported to be in charge of DPRK IT industry development
Kim Jong Suk
DPRK 'Mother of Korea' (+), wife of Kim Il Sung, mother of Kim Jong Il, anti-Japanese revolutionary heroine
Kim Jong Woon (Jong Un)
DPRK third son of Kim Jong Il, also know as 'Morning Star King', possible heir (second son of Koh Yong Hee born 1983 or 1982), mentioned by Kenji Fujimoto in his book 'Kim Jong Il's Chef'
Kim Jung Rin
DPRK Secretary of the WPK Central Committee
Kim Ki Nam
DPRK Secretary of the WPK Central Committee
Kim Kwang Rin
DPRK Chairman of the State Planning Commission
Kim Kyong Ho
DPRK member of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly
Kim Kyong Hui
DPRK sister of Kim Jong Il, wife of Chang Sung Taek
Kim Myong Chol
Japanese Korean, so-called unofficial spokesman of the DPRK, said to be close to Kim Jong Il
Kim Pyong Ryul
DPRK President of the Central Court
Kim Ryong Song
DPRK Chief Delegate for ministerial talks with ROK
Kim Su Hak
DPRK Minister of Public Health
Kim Sung Hyon
DPRK Minister of Metal and Machine-building Industries
Kim Thae Jong
DPRK Vice Department Director of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea
Kim Ui Sun
DPRK Minister of State Inspection
Kim Wan Su
DPRK President of the Central Bank
Kim Yong Chun
DPRK Chief of KPA General Staff, member of the National Defence Commission
Kim Yong Dae
DPRK Vice President of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly, leader of the Social Democratic Party
Kim Yong Il
DPRK Vice Foreign Minster, Minister of Land and Marine Transport
Kim Yong Jin
DPRK Minister of Education
Kim Yong Ju
DPRK Honorary Vice President of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly
Kim Yong Nam
DPRK President of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly
Kim Yong Sam
DPRK Minister of Railways
Kim Yong Sul
DPRK Vice Foreign Minister
Kim Yong Sun
DPRK Chairman of the Korean Asia-Pacific Peace Committee, Secretary of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea (+)
Kim Yoon-kyu
ROK President of Hyundai Asan
Kim Yun Hyok
DPRK Secretary of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly
Koh Yong Hee
DPRK unofficial wife of Kim Jong Il, also known as 'the Mother of Pyongyang', mother of Kim Jong Chul and Kim Jong Woon, the possible successor of Kim Jong Il. (+) Probably died in May-Jun 2004.
Koizumi Junichiro
Japan Prime Minister
Kun Sun Un
DPRK Deputy Foreign Minister
Kung Sok Ung
DPRK Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs
Kwak Pom Gi
DPRK Vice Prime Minister
Kwon Chin-ho
ROK National Security Adviser
Lee Hai-chan
ROK Prime Minister
Lee Tae-sik
ROK Deputy Foreign Minister
Lim Dong-won
ROK Special Adviser on Diplomacy, Security and Unification, envoy of Kim Dae-jung
Losyukov Alexander
Russian Deputy Foreign Minister
Mun Il Bong
DPRK Finance Minister
Ning Fukui
PRC ambassador for the DPRK 6-way talks
O Su Yong
DPRK Minister of Electronics Industry
Pae Tal Jun
DPRK Minister of State Construction Control
Paek Nam Sun
DPRK Foreign Minister
Paek Se Bong
DPRK member of the National Defence Commission
Pak Chang Ryun
DPRK Chief Delegate for economic talks with the ROK, First Vice Chairman of State Planning Commission
Pak Gil Yon
DPRK Ambassador to UN
Pak Jae Gyong
DPRK General in KPA
Pak Myong Chol
DPRK Chairman of the Physical Culture and Sports Guidance Commission
Pak Nam Gi
DPRK Chairman of the SPA Budget Committee
Pak Pong Ju
DPRK Prime Minister, former Minister of Chemical Industry, visited the South in 2002
Pak Song Chol
DPRK Honorary Vice President of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly
Pak Sun Hui
DPRK member of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly
Pak Thae Hwa
DPRK member of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly
Pak Ui Chun
DPRK Ambassador in Russia
Park Sang-kwon
President of Pyonghwa Motors Company in Nampo, North Korea (joint venture with South Korea)
Park Tae-joon
ROK former Prime Minister and Chairman of Posco, new candidate for governor of Sinuiju SAR?
Pritchard Jack
former US State Department official, main link to the DPRK mission at the UN
Pulikovsky Konstantin
Russian President's Plenipotentiary in the Far Eastern District, author of controversial book on Kim Jong Il
Pyon Yong Rip
DPRK member of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly, President of the Academy of Sciences
Ra Jong-yil
ROK former National Security Adviser
Ri Gun
DPRK Deputy Director General of the Foreign Ministry's American Affairs Bureau
Ri Je Son
DPRK Director General of the General Department of Atomic Energy
Ri Jong Hyok
DPRK Vice Chairman of the Korean Asia-Pacific Peace Committee
Ri Ju O
DPRK Minister of Light Industry
Ri Kil Song
DPRK Public Prosecutor General of Central Public Prosecutors Office
Ri Kum Bom
DPRK Minister of Post and Telecommunications
Ri Kwang Gun
DPRK former Minister of Foreign Trade
Ri Kwang Ho
DPRK member of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly
Ri Kwang Nam
DPRK Minister of Extractive Industries
Ri Kyong Sik
DPRK Minister of Agriculture
Ri Mu Yong
DPRK Minister of Chemical Industry
Ri Myong Su
DPRK General in KPA
Ri Myong Won
DPRK Secretary of the Central Committee of the Kimilsung Socialist Youth League
Ri Sang Mu
DPRK Minister of Forestry
Ri Song Dae
DPRK former trade representative, seeking political asylum in Canada
Ri Song Ung
DPRK Minister of Fisheries
Ri Si Hong
DPRK initial Charge d'Affairs in London, UK
Ri To Sop
DPRK Consul General in Hong Kong
Ri Yong Ho
DPRK Ambassador in London, UK, previously Councilor of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Ri Yong Mu
DPRK Vice Chairman of the National Defense Commission
Ri Yong Nam
DPRK Vice Trade Minister
Ri Yong Son
DPRK Minister of Commerce
Ri Won Il
DPRK Minister of Labour
Richardson Bill
Former US Ambassador to UN, Secretary of Energy in the Clinton administration, Governor of New Mexico
Rice Condoleeza
US Secretary of State
Rim Kyong Man
DPRK Minister of Foreign Trade
Ro Tu Chol
DPRK Vice Chairman of the State Planning Commission, Vice Prime Minister
Roh Moo-hyun
ROK President, impeached in March 2004
Ryom Sun Gil
DPRK member of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly, head of the General Federation of Trade Unions
Ryu Mi Yong
DPRK member of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly, leader of the Chondoist Chongu Party
Sazonov Vladimir
Russia Deputy Railway Minister
Shinzo Abe
Japan Deputy Cabinet Secretary
So Man Sul
Chairman of the Central Standing Committee of Chongryon (pro-Pyongyang Korean residents in Japan)
Solana Javier
EU High Representative for the Common Foreign and Security Policy
Song Doo-yul
Alleged pro-Pyongyang South Korean professor residing in Germany, back in South Korea now
Straub David
US Director of the Office of Korean Affairs at the State Department
Strong Maurice
UN Secretary-General's Special Envoy to Pyongyang
Sung Sang Sop
DPRK member of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly
Tang Jiaxuan
PRC Foreign Minister
Thae Hyong Chol
DPRK member of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly
Wang Jiarui
PRC Head of the International Liaison Department of the Central Committee of the CPC
Wang Yi
PRC Vice Foreign Minister in charge of Asian Affairs
Wu Bangguo
PRC Chairman of the Standing Committee of the 10th National People's Congress (NPC)
Wu Donghe
PRC Ambassador to Pyongyang
Yang Bin
PRC tycoon, first governor of Sinuiju until arrested for fraud in China AccessAsia profile July 2003
Yang Hyong Sop
DPRK Vice President of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly
Yon Hyong Muk
DPRK Vice Chairman of the National Defense Commission, potential successor of Kim Jong Il?
Yoon Young-kwan
ROK former Foreign Minister