North Korea's Kim Jong-Un gave a brief public speech yesterday during the country's celebrations for his grandfather's centennial. Some analysts were surprised at this decision, considering his father Kim Jong-il was known to have given only one public "speech" during his 17-year rule, which was a mere sentence.
Sure, Kim Jong-Un could've simply stayed quiet during the ceremonies. But taking a look at some of the audience at the celebration, you'll notice a lot of foreigners in the mix--someone even brought their little daughter! North Korea has allowed a lot of reporters into their country recently, and they want their message heard, at least a lot more than in the past.
The new leader expressed the strength of the country's military and how the era in which the world bullies them with nuclear threats is effectively "over." Footage below: