Duplicate Kim Jong

Oh well, looks like I'm out of a job: South Korean 'Dear Leader' double facing grim future after demise of North Korean dictator * 'I feel very empty, as a part of me died' * Engraver Kim Young Sik impersonated Kim Jong Il for 10 years * 'One day after I got out of the shower and my hair was very curly, people told me I looked like Kim Jong Il' * But received abuse from misguided few thinking he was country's leader By Lee Moran Last updated at 11:55 AM on 30th December 2011 He has been the spitting image of Kim Jong Il for more than decade - with his bouffant hairdo, large glasses and olive green suit. And while he got plenty of abuse in the street from the misguided few who really thought he was the North Korean dictator, South Korean Kim Young Sik was never short of work as his double. But now it looks like the good times are over and southern Kim will have to hang up his wide-waisted trousers for good following the death of northern Kim. 'People try to comfort me, saying some figures are more famous when they're dead, but I don't think it will be the case with Kim,' said the engraver. But he added wistfully: 'I feel very empty, as if a part of me died.'   [caption id="attachment_3899" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="Look-a-like: South Korean engraver Kim Young Sik has impersonated Kim Jong Il for more than a decade"]Look-a-like: South Korean engraver Kim Young Sik has impersonated Kim Jong Il for more than a decade[/caption]