Playboy son of NKorea leader raps succession plan

FILE - In this June 4, 2010 file photo, Kim Jong Nam, the eldest son of North Korean leader Kim Jong Il, waves after his first-ever interview with South Korean media in Macau, China. Kim Jong Nam says he opposes a hereditary transfer of power to a third generation of his family. His remarks come after North Korea unveiled his younger half brother, Kim Jong Un, as successor to their father in Pyongyang. Japan's TV Asahi showed Kim making the remarks in footage aired Tuesday from an interview in Beijing on Saturday, Oct. 9, 2010. (AP Photo/JoongAng Sunday via JoongAng Ilbo, Shin In-seop)

October 12, 2010 8:18:40 AM PDT
The casino-loving eldest son of North Korea's Kim Jong Il - once tipped to succeed him before trying to sneak into Japan to go to Disneyland - says he opposes a hereditary transfer of power to his youngest half-brother.

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