Turns out the U.S. isn't the only nation struggling with same-sex marriage right now. North Korean leader "Kim Jong Un" announced on "Saturday Night Live" that he's lifting the gay marriage ban in his country -- because his (executed) nephew was gay.
"After much thoughtful consideration and soul-searching, I have decided once and for all to lift our nation's ban on same-sex marriage," Bobby Moynihan as Kim said. "My thinking on this issue has evolved. Mostly because of the experiences of a nephew that happens to be gay. Watching him suffer unhappiness because of this policy has affected me deeply."
The nephew was executed, Kim said, "but not because he was gay" -- rather, it was because of the weekly book group he had been hosting at his apartment.
Kim insisted he has "no personal stake" in the issue whatsoever, because he's "as heterosexual as a person can be." In fact, he's had sexual relations with "some 17-and-a-half-million" women.
Going on to detail his super-sexual prowess, Kim challenged, "if you don't believe me, just ask any of the women. Then if you still don't believe me, you will be sent to a labor camp."
In other news, Kim's NCAA tournament bracket remains perfectly intact, thanks to some helpful advice from his basketball friend Dennis Rodman -- the real one -- who stopped by as well.
Watch below, via NBC:
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