Kim Jong-Un Has A 'Pleasure Squad' Of Teenage Girls Who Follow Him Around The World

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Kim Jong-un has reportedly ordered a new ‘pleasure squad’ of teenage girls to serve his every whim.

The North Korean leader originally stopped the practice – which has been employed in the country for decades – following the death of his father and predecessor, Kim Jong-il, in 2011.

However, he has now decided to resurrect the group, according to various reports, and has set about creating a new ‘troupe’.

it is thought the girls, who reportedly must be tall and beautiful, are hand-picked by high-ranking authorities.

It is believed some of the girls are as young as 13 or 14 and are examined by a doctor to check whether or not they are still virgins.

They are taken out of schools, away from their family and forced to meet the North Korean leader’s needs.

Toshimitsu Shigemura, a professor at Tokyo’s Waseda University and an authority on North Korean affairs, told The Telegraph, that at first Kim Jong-un stopped the practice because he didn’t trust the girls.

“After he came to power, Mr Kim trusted no-one and ordered thorough investigations into every official in the regime, from the highest to the lowest”,

“The women who entertained his father knew many secrets and they have now been ordered to promise not to reveal any information before being sent back to their home towns", he told the paper.

According to the Chosunilbo newspaper, the women are apparently made to sign a pledge of secrecy in return for money.

It is thought they are given £1,400 – a large sum of money in the poor country – but then forced into slavery.

The group – known as Gippeumjo, or ‘pleasure squads’ – was first introduced by Kim Il-sung, the founder of North Korea.

(Credit: Xinhua News Agency/REX/Shutterstock)