"oracular models of the Beloved Chairman and statuettes of the Immanent Prime Chairman"

In a corpocratic state, where powerful family businesses (or Chaebol as they are known in South Korea) work in tandem with the government, the Immanent Prime Chairman is likely to be the Beloved Chairman's son. Present examples of Chaebol in South Korea include Samsung, Hyundae and LG. The market value and therefore Juche-worthiness of a Chaebol is reliant not only on its current helmsman but on the perceived merit of its future leaders.