Kim Han-sol is the 17-year-old Millennial grandson of Kim Jong-Il and judging from this video interview he managed to turn out pretty normal. Han-sol was recently interviewed by former United Nations Under-Secretary General Elisabeth Rehn for a Finnish television station.
His dad is Kim Jong-nam, who was the heir apparent at one point before Kim Jong Un. Han-sol is a freshman at United World College in Mostar, Bosnia, and looks the part with stylish black framed glasses. (Seriously, Han-sol, where did you get your glasses?) He speaks very fluent English, and seems like a rational, tolerant, confident young man.
Han-sol's relative normalcy might have something to do with him leaving North Korea when he was young to go to school in Macau. He was able to meet people from all over the world while at school, and discovered they weren't all that bad. He even made friends from the U.S. and South Korea. "These are countries we've had a lot of conflicts with, a lot of tension, but we turned out to be great friends in the end," he told Rehn.
He also explains how he never met his grandfather, even though he really wanted to. He doesn't even know if Kim Jong-Il knew he existed. "I always wanted to know what kind of person is he is, and just know more about his personal things," he told Rehn.