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You've seen plenty of pictures of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un inspecting various installations, now you can now see him actually doing things in a new propaganda video released by Korean Central Television.
Distributed via Youtube, the lengthy video titled "Kim Jong-un the Great Supreme Commander and the Consolidation of a Powerful Army" shows Kim flying a plane, riding atop a submarine, giving speeches to fervent applause, and grinning as weapons are displayed.
In one scene, he sits incongruously in the middle of a field at an office desk with a chunky PC, and in several he appears to talk to soldiers about shooting technique. In a number of shots, he's smoking a cigarette.
The video starts with the exaltation of Kim by citizens and the military and runs through the inspection of various military facilities. Footage of the 32-year-old flying a plane, with a co-pilot's hand firmly on the throttle, starts at minute 38:42.
Although the commentary is in Korean, the YouTube channel promises that a version with English subtitles will be available soon.