North Korea's State Media Shows Unseen Summit Video

Wochit - June 14, 2018

A lengthy state media documentary about Kim Jong Un's summit with President Trump has been released.

The 42-minute long video aired Thursday and revealed behind-the-scenes footage of Kim, reports CNN.

It was likely some North Koreans' first glimpse of the world outside their tightly restricted borders.

Footage also showed Kim paying an unannounced visit to Singapore's booming port.

The video ended with scenes of ecstatic North Koreans welcoming their leader home..


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