According to reports, in a recent private work report by the South Korean National Intelligence Agency, Kim Jong Un, chairman of the State Council of the DPRK, has transferred part of the governing power to Kim Yu Cheng, the first vice minister of the labor party. South Korean legislators said Kim and Jeong are becoming “number two” in the North Korean regime, but Kim Jong Un is still in power. However, at the same time, some reports pointed out that the credibility of South Korea’s intelligence is questionable. On August 20, the South Korean intelligence agency (Kii) made a non-public work report to the Congressional intelligence committee, pointing out that Kim Jong Un had delegated part of the governing power to his sister-in-law Kim and his cronies. However, Kim Jong Un is still in charge of the state power, which only decentralizes part of the power, and does not mean that a successor is determined. < p > < p > in the economic field, the power was delegated to Pu Fengzhu, vice chairman of the State Council and vice chairman of the labor party, and Jin Dexun, premier of the cabinet; in the military field, the power was delegated to Cui Fuyi, Minister of military and political guidance of the labor party, and Li Bingzhe, vice chairman of the Central Military Committee of the labor party. According to the Korean intelligence academy, Kim Woo is the most empowered and “dominates the overall situation of the country”. There are also reports that Kim has entrusted responsibility for handling relations with South Korea and the United States to Kim and Zheng. Ha Tae Keung, a member of the South Korean parliament, said Kim Yu was helping to manage the regime through his brother’s mandate. “Kim and he are in fact number two,” he added in a transcript of a conversation seen by Reuters. According to the analysis of the South Korean intelligence academy, the decentralization of power is intended to reduce the administrative pressure of Kim Jong Un and avoid the responsibility of misdeeds. The greater reason is that Kim Jong Un has accumulated enough confidence and confidence during his nine years in power. In the past week, Jin Zhengen first announced the personnel adjustment of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, and then appointed Jin Dexun, vice chairman of the Central Committee of the labor party, as premier of the cabinet. One day ago, the Sixth Plenary Session of the Seventh Central Committee of the Korean workers’ Party decided to hold the Eighth National Congress in January next year. The meeting could serve as a platform to announce important appointments, according to the news agency. Of Kim’s close relatives, only Kim, who is nearly 30 years old, is playing an open role in politics, according to Reuters. The two studied together in Switzerland in the early years and were regarded as close and powerful allies. < p > < p > around 2018, Jinhu is beginning to enter the public view. During the Pingchang Winter Olympic Games, Kim and Kim are visiting South Korea as special envoy of Kim Jong Un, which is regarded as a trip to break the ice between North Korea and South Korea. During the summit of North Korea, the United States and the ROK, she can often be seen in the saddle for her brother. Since this year, with tensions on the Korean Peninsula heating up again, Kim and Kim are on the front line of the confrontation between the two Koreas, including issuing statements of political significance and criticizing South Korea’s remarks related to North Korea. International public opinion once called her “number two figure” of the country and “head of South Korea’s affairs”. Kim’s performance in the “offensive against South Korea” this year has highlighted her important role in policy, not just as an assistant to Kim Jong Un, Reuters quoted analysts as saying. It may also be that from then on, Kim Woo is beginning to be authorized to be responsible for South Korea and foreign affairs. But in South Korea’s view, there has recently been a more formal decentralization of the North Korean regime. Duyeon Kim, senior adviser on North East Asia and nuclear policy at the International Crisis Group, said: “it seems exaggerated to say that there has been a partial transfer of power in North Korea, given the North Korean system.” The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) pointed out that South Korean intelligence agencies had made “Oolong” judgments on North Korea in the past. In 2016, for example, South Korean media quoted a similar briefing from the Intelligence Agency saying that Li Yongji, chief of general staff of the Korean people’s army, had been executed. But three months later, Lee’s name appeared again in North Korean media reports. According to “North Korea News”, a website that tracks the situation in North Korea, Kim woo Ching has recently been absent from high-level meetings, including the 16th Political Bureau meeting of the Seventh Central Committee of the labor party held on August 13 and the Sixth Plenary Session of the Seventh Central Committee of the workers’ Party of Korea on August 19. It is said that her last public appearance was at the Sixth National Veterans’ Congress in Pyongyang on July 27. All kinds of signs lead to speculation that Jin Yu is being demoted. Some analysts believe that she may face the consequences of her recent high-profile “offensive against South Korea.”. “Kim is not in these two meetings, which could be a sign that she has been demoted and may leave the party’s leadership completely,” said Martin Weiser, an analyst < / P > < p > “but there are two other possibilities,” says Weiser, who may be too busy at work to attend. She may also be demoted to another position requiring training. According to Andrei Lankov, a professor at National University of Korea, Kim woo may be experiencing the aftermath of the “offensive against South Korea.”. In the three months of Kim Jong Un’s health problems, “she’s probably a little over active,” rankoff said At that time, many media described Jin Yuzheng as a “potential successor”. < / P > < p > “Kim has a different background from other cadres (officials) – Bai Toushan blood, so it’s hard to interpret it as” possible demotion “or anything else,” said Cheong Seong Chang, director of the North Korea Research Center at the Sejong Institute in South Korea. “She enjoys relatively more freedom than others She may not be involved in the on-site activities, but participate in the preparatory work and meeting procedures in other ways. ” However, South Korean intelligence may be another sign that Kim woo Ching has gone from being a man hiding behind a pillar and delivering ashtrays for his brother to a leading figure in North Korea’s foreign policy. “In any case, it points to a major shift to come.” Weiser said.