Pyongyang, DPRK (SR) - North Korean President Kim Jong Il appeared with heir apparent Kim Jong Un at a massive military parade yesterday.
The two Kims stood on a reviewing stand at Pyongyang's central square, watching wave after wave of military hardware manned by skeletal soldiers clad in too-large uniforms pass by below.
During the two hour parade, Kim Jong Il appeared to be irritated with his son, at one point angrily gesturing at food stains on the front of Un's suit, and later holding his nose as the young leader apparently broke wind.
This well-publicized event marks the formal introduction of the new North Korean leader to the world.
Kim Jong Il and Kim Jong Un review N. Korea's military forces