Millions of North Koreans believe their supreme leader, Kim Jong Un, is Time's "man of 2012," the New York Daily News reported.
Except he is not.
The state-run Korean Central News Agency announced Kim's award on Wednesday morning, before the real Time "Person of the Year" – US President Barack Obama – was revealed, the Atlantic Wire reported.
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This is the KCNA report.
"The US magazine The Time selected the dear respected Kim Jong Un as 'man of 2012.'
"The magazine has selected and published "man of the year" every year from 1927. This year, it conducted on-line voting among subscribers including politicians, businessmen, artistes, sportspersons and announcers for the man of this year.