by Gilbert B Norman
The Journal has quite the report on Kim Jong Un's Pyongyang to Vladivostok "joyride" to meet with "Vladimir The Great".
As North Korean leader Kim Jong Un traveled to Russia, he did so in the preferred manner of Pyongyang’s ruling family: cloaked in secrecy, self-protection and style.
Kim, the third-generation dictator, plans to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin, state media from both countries said on Monday—the first official confirmation of the summit between the two leaders. The reports didn’t specify when or where specifically the exchange will take place. Kim “will meet and have a talk with Comrade Putin,” North Korea’s state media said.