North Korea’s Mysterious Crime Center: Room 39

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North Korea’s Mysterious Crime Center: Room 39

North Korea is one of the most mysterious countries in the world. Because it was managed in a closed way from the outside world for many years. For this reason, many rumors have been circulating about North Korea for many years. However, although it is not easy to know what is true about this mysterious and interesting country in Asia, there are some things that the whole world knows very well. For example, it is a known fact around the world that large numbers of people in North Korea live in extreme poverty. However, it is not lost on the world public opinion that the ruling class, especially the country’s communist leader, Kim Jong-un, lives a life of luxury and ostentation. But how is this possible? How can the ruling class live in luxury in this obscure country, which has almost no commercial relations with the Western world, where the opportunities for production are very limited, and where the people are in the grip of extreme poverty? According to many, the answer to this question should be sought in Hall 39!

Room 39 was founded in the 1970s by the then leader of North Korea, Kim Il Sung.

The 39th Room, or officially the “39th Office of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea”, belonged to the Accounting and Finance Department of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea during its establishment. But under Kim Jong-il, the son of Il-sung, it became an illegally and opaquely operating financial center for the Kim family and the ruling class within the party.

The activities that took place in the Thirty-Ninth Council enabled the ruling class of the country to achieve great wealth.

This is what was expected of this mysterious government office. All resources in the country have been mobilized in order to obtain this enormous wealth. So much so that many North Korean diplomats turned members of this structure if necessary.

Today, Room 39 is estimated to generate between $500 million and $1 billion annually for the Kim family and the ruling class around the family.

but how? The answer to this question is very simple: in every possible way! Of course, very few people know what’s inside the mysterious Room 39. But there are some people in the room who have seen the activities being done to enrich North Korea’s elite and are lucky enough to share it with the public.

According to witness allegations, a variety of activities are carried out in Room 39, from all kinds of smuggling to counterfeiting, and from counterfeiting to electronic burglary.

Weapons, drugs and human trafficking are among the daily tasks of the staff of Room 39. Moreover, in these smuggling operations, intercontinental ballistic missiles, large quantities of drugs, gold bars and even people are displaced. In some cases, state bureaucrats work as smugglers rather than government officials. It is reported that a large part of the office’s financial income comes from smuggling. In addition, Chamber 39 is also very successful in counterfeiting.

Fake dollars, which are called “super dollars” and are almost impossible to separate from the real ones, are printed in Room 39.

Room 39

It is known that the North Korean government has a huge fortune through these fake super dollars. It is known that these dollars almost captured the US market, so the US government had to print different dollars than before.

Room 39 is believed to be located in a building belonging to the Workers’ Party of Korea in the capital, Pyongyang.

Room 39

Where exactly is it, of course, is a big mystery. It is also unknown what other dark secrets he holds and what the room looks like. As a veritable crime house, the room continues to make North Korea, a sufficiently mysterious country, even more mysterious and the hub for the country’s largest criminal organization.

Room 39, the sole purpose of which is to provide financial income for the Kim family, is run by the sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

Room 39

The reason for this unsurprising appointment is that Kim Jong-un wants to consolidate his dominance over Chamber 39. Because the room is, in a sense, North Korea’s “black box”. For this very reason, those who spy inside a room without permission have only one fate: death! Moreover, the families of those who entered the room without permission, unfortunately, have to share this tragic end.

Room 39, the crime center of North Korea, continues its top secret and very dark activities so that the ruling class can live in wealth.

Room 39

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