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Kim Jong-un Look-Alike Chinese Street Vendor Amuses Netizens

A Chinese street vendor in Shenyang selling barbequed meat skewers amuses customers and netizens with his resemblance to North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un.

A Chinese street vendor in Shenyang selling barbequed meat skewers amuses customers and netizens with his resemblance to North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un.

Currently the second most viewed article of the past 24 hours on popular Chinese web portal NetEase…

From NetEase:

Business Explodes for Shenyang Barbequed Skewer Seller That Looks Incredibly Like Kim Jong-un

March 19th, Liaoning province Shenyang city, for a street vendor of barbequed meat skewers in front of a university, there is endless business, endless talk, and endless requests for photos. Those purchasing the skewers cannot help but laugh out loud that he looks too much like Kim Jong-un.

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Comments from NetEase (1 & 2):

三氵已 [网易云南省昆明市网友]:

If you were in North Korea, your whole family would be persecuted for guilt-by-association. If you don’t believe me, you can go to North Korea and try.

空亦空 [网易广西桂林市网友]:

Either his mother was Kim Jong-il‘s housekeeper or his father was a bodyguard for Fatty III’s mother.

zhforestcrazy [网易广东省珠海市网友]:

Might as well call this barbeque stand “Fatty III’s Barbeque”!

网易河北省唐山市手机网友 ip:111.227.*.*:

Fatty III, give me three big kidneys, extra spicy.

islandside188 [网易上海市手机网友]:

So similar, yet different fates.

ucome888 [网易山东省威海市网友]:

Didn’t [Kim] Jong-il go to Shenyang before?

ucome888 [网易山东省威海市网友]:

A pity that he’s [making a living] barbequing, Fatty III is recruiting body-doubles.

空亦空 [网易广西桂林市网友]:

We can consider using him to replace the real one, and control North Korea.

KCOOL17 [网易广东省佛山市手机网友]:

There he is an emperor, here he sells barbequed meats.

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