The following happened in July Juche 101 (2012) when Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un visited the Kyongsang Kindergarten in Pyongyang.
When he dropped in at the playground on the first floor, the kindergarteners were lost in various games.
With a beaming smile on his face he saw some children playing at doctors in a “hospital ward”.
A young “doctor” dressed in white overall was putting a stethoscope on the chest of a baby doll which was taken by another child.
Kim Jong Un took his seat in front of the “doctor,” asking the latter to measure his pulse and blood pressure.
The “doctor” looked pleased with his request, but only gazed at the “patient,” unable to understand what he was told.
The Supreme Leader gently asked the teachers how he should explain in that case.
They replied that he should say he wanted to undergo an examination. At this he asked smilingly the “doctor” to have a medical checkup.
Then the “doctor” asked the leader what’s wrong with him, applying the stethoscope to the “patient.”
The Supreme Leader made a big laugh, asking the “doctor” if he was in good health.
He told the accompanying officials and teachers that the children were playing freely with those about their age, but they were behaving so feeling something strange. Then he held them in his embrace.
Indeed, he was their benevolent father.