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While large parts of the world may see Kim Jong Un as an unpredictable threat, a former South Korean president has painted a very different picture of the authoritarian North Korean leader.

In a new memoir, Moon Jae-in, who oversaw the unprecedented summits between Kim and former US President Donald Trump, wrote that the North Korean leader “repeatedly” and “desperately” made clear that Pyongyang did not intend to use its nuclear weapons and was frustrated by international mistrust.

“He also mentioned that he has a daughter and doesn’t want her generation to live with the burden of nuclear weapons. “He sincerely explained his commitment to denuclearization,” he said.

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Kim Jong Un. Source: Getty

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