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Four other post-1953 US army deserters are all believed to have died in the North.
Reports of Dresnok's death emerged earlier this year but the brothers' video is the first official confirmation.
Both men were born in North Korea and spoke Korean with a thick Northern accent.'Our father asked us to render devoted service to our great leader Kim Jong-Un,' said Ted Dresnok, who also goes by the Korean name Hong Soon-Chol.
Their comments were similar to those of ordinary North Koreans, who normally only ever express officially approved sentiments when speaking for a foreign audience.
He was court-martialled for desertion and given a 30-day custodial sentence.
They now live on a small Japanese island where he makes a living selling rice crackers.
The late James Dresnok, known as Joe, was 21, newly divorced and reportedly facing a court-martial when he made his way through the minefields that litter the DMZ to reach North Korea.
Their father appeared in several propaganda videos for the evil regime after he crossed the heavily-fortified Demilitarized Zone.
Tensions have been mounting in the region since Pyongyang tested two intercontinental ballistic missiles last month that appeared to bring much of the US within range.
That sparked a volley of threats between Pyongyang and Washington, with President Donald Trump warning the North of 'fire and fury' while Pyongyang threatened to fire a salvo of missiles towards the US territory of Guam.
Several US personnel defected in the aftermath of the 1950-53 Korean War.
Desnok was the last known defector to remain in the country.