Kim Jong-un has more to worry about than a nuclear war with the United States.
His communist country is on the verge of civil war, and Jong-un is reportedly scrambling to quell the uprising.
NORTH Korea could be on the brink of civil war as furious locals target memorials and monuments glorifying the bloody Kim dynasty as anger grows over poor living standards.
North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un has ordered an increase in security at such sites to stop more “hostile elements” deface the statues and murals.
Increasing numbers of bronzed figures and paintings have been produced in honour of the three Kim leaders as the current despot tries to piggy-back on the popularity of previous rulers.
But with famine and starvation frequently sweeping the country, citizens are furious at the imbalance in the country and there is a growing anger at Kim and his one-party government.