Kim Jong-un changes hairstyle: State Department analysts call it "overture to Hillary Clinton"
SEOUL -- New photos show that North Korea's enigmatic leader Kim Jong-un changed his hairstyle this week, a geopolitically loaded move State Department analysts are calling "a clear overture to President Hillary Clinton."
Asia specialists have long insisted that while North Korea's brutal rulers still view the United States as a bastion of unremitting wickedness and nuclear hostility, increasingly, they detect evidence that the regime harbors a soft spot for Hillary Clinton.
Korea expert Norman Park told Foreign Affairs that region specialists first noticed the North Korean leader's strange affinity for Clinton when Kim John Un started dressing exclusively in brightly colored-pantsuits.
"We don't know what this signals, but if he dons a headband, all bets are off," Park concluded.