Just like any other information coming out of North Korea take it for what its worth:
North Korea recently held a meeting, presided by Kim Jong-eun, the heir-apparent of Kim Jong-il, to disrupt the upcoming G20 summit in Seoul, a report said Wednesday.
Citing a high-level North Korean cadre, who recently visited Pyongyang to attend the Workers’ Party conference, Radio Free Asia said North Korea’s National Defense Commission, the North’s de facto most powerful organ, held an emergency meeting to compromise the G20 meeting, slated for Nov. 11-12 in Seoul.
The meeting was presided over by junior Kim, who was entrusted by his father, the head of the commission.
“The defense commission regards the G20 meeting as a plot by world financial powers to isolate North Korea internationally,” RFA said. “To prevent it from happening, a concrete set of measures were discussed.” [Korea Times]
Was Kim Jong-eun chairing this meeting? Who knows, but here is the most believable passage in the article:
But the RFA said that North Korea will stir security concerns in South Korea around the time of holding the G20 and support various South Korean civic organizations that oppose the get-together and engage in a negative campaign against the meeting within South Korea.
For those that have followed South Korean news for a while this shouldn’t be a surprise that the North Koreans would use South Korean civic organizations to disrupt the G-20. These civic and anti-US groups have been on multiple occasions linked to North Korean spies.