The world is waiting for a major political event in North Korea for any sign of its young leader, who has not been seen in over a month.
His mysterious disappearance has been fueling a frenzy of rumor and speculation because Kim Jong Un has never been camera-shy.
Since the beginning of 2013, he has made at least seven public appearances each month. But on September 3rd, the photo ops suddenly stopped.
The longer Kim Jong Un remains out of sight, the more speculation intensifies about who is controlling the most isolated country on earth.
Erin Burnett reports.