Kim Jong-un's ex-girlfriend appears to have risen from the dead with reports she was seen on North Korean state television for the first time since she was reportedly executed in 2013.
The North Korean former love interest was said to have been executed in September last year, alongside dozens of singers and dancers, for making a pornographic film.
But the story, published by the country's own newspapers, is being questioned after Hyon Song-wol made an appearance on television.
The Korean singer was seen delivering a speech at a national art workers rally in Pyongyang.
Kim Jong-Un¿s ex-girlfriend, Hyon Song-Wol, was recently seen delivering a speech at a national art workers rally on national television, despite rumours she had been executed
During her speech, the Moranbong band member even thanked Kim for his leadership while pledging to work harder to 'stoke up the flame for art and creative work', according to the Herald Sun.
Her appearance comes as a shock to many after it had been reported that she was brutally executed by machine gun on August 20 following her August 17 arrest.
The pop star and other members of North Korea’s most famous music groups were said to have been marched in front of a firing squad and gunned down without facing trial, while their families and other members of the groups were ordered to watch.
The victims’ families and friends were then taken away to a labour camp, having been found ‘guilty by association’.