Kim Jong-Un’s secret “Pleasure Squad” includes 13-year-old virgin schoolgirls

School girls as young as 13 are being forcedto serve Notyh Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un. The girls are reported to be picked at random by soldiers and forced to be part of the dictators Gippeumjo, or Pleasure Squad.

The girls are carefully examined to make sure their virginity is intact. Their medical histories are also examined.

Claims have been made by a number of defectors that have managed to escape  from the  country about the existence of the Gippeumjo.

One woman told her story to Marie Claire in 2010 after she escaped to South Korea.

She said she was 15 years old when guards took her from her classroom without warning and asked her if she had ever had sex with a boy.

She spent a full decade servicing Kim Jong-il, the father of Kim Jong-un, who never called on her for sex, but she believes he would have if she had stayed longer.

Other sources have spoken of wild sex parties where men would shave their heads and women would have their pubic area shaved.

It is believed Kim disbanded the group who entertained his father Kim Jong-Il when he came to power in 2011.


But now Kim, who is married to singer Ri Sol-ju and has a daughter, has resurrected the tradition and sent out his officials to recruit “tall and beautiful” young women.

One source told Chosun Ilbo that the women are currently staying at the centrepiece Koryo Hotel in Pyongyang undergoing security training.

Kim junior apparently decided to resurrect the tradition when he was being treated for gout last year and was waited on by a phalanx of beautiful women.

Before he died Kim Jong-Il lived the life of a pleasure-seeking playboy, while overseeing the oppressive Stalinist regime .

He owned 17 palaces, including a huge complex in the capital Pyongyang, surrounded by fences, bunkers and anti-aircraft batteries.

By contrast, in February a woman who fled a North Korean labour camp revealed how she was forced to clean toilets with her bare hands while people ate rats to survive.

The murderous regime of the country is shrouded in secrecy but Ji-hyun Park has described it as “one big prison”.

She spent a year in one of North Korea’s notorious detention camps after being deported from China where she had escaped to because she feared she was starving to death.

Speaking to Amnesty International in a film called ‘The Other Interview’, Ji-hyun said: “Really it was unspeakably bad . You could say the whole of North Korea is one big prison.


“The people are all hungry. And now, there aren’t even rats, snakes or wild plants left for them to eat.”