Ten years have passed since Kim Jong Un’s rule in North Korea. The news about his rule probably did not come about anyone else. Kim Jong Un took office as President of North Korea and attracted international attention with his decisions. With strange antics and harsh punishments he becomes a hot topic from time to time. Recently, the human rights organization Transitional Justice Working Group released a report on the Kim regime. That report contains a number of interesting points regarding the Kim regime. The Transitional Justice Working Group said in its report that Kim had convicted seven people for just watching videos over the past three years. According to the report, Kim Jong Un publicly executed them for watching movies and music videos, copying and selling them on CDs and USB. The report said Kim’s strategy was to create a climate of horror by banning videos and movies related to South Korea from viewing the banned content or convicting those who aired it and executing them. The report found that 683 people who had fled the country in six years were interviewed. A total of 27 people were sentenced to death in public for violating the laws there, according to the report. The report said that their investigation had revealed that the death penalty was being carried out in secret in the country amid allegations of human rights abuses. Kim took over the administration at the age of 27. With the death of his father he held the presidency most eloquently without facing any trials. His rule will continue unabated since he took office. He exterminated rivals, executed hundreds, executed nuclear tests, and tested hundreds of ballistic missiles that captured the world’s attention.