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North Korean Leader Might Visit Beijing

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un may visit Beijing as his first foreign trip since assuming power in 2011. According to Reuters, the Chinese Ambassador to South Korea, Qiu Guohong, signaled the possibility on September 17. Qiu spoke of...Show More Summary

This is the secret North Korean office that runs Kim Jong Un's slush fund

North Korean defectors have provided details about how they unwittingly created Kim Jong Il's "slush fund" — a system that they say is still used by his son, North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. The North Korean government division Office 39 "underwrites comfortable lifestyles" for the Kim family, The Wall Street Journal reports. Show More Summary

Kim Jong Un’s Banker Runs Away With The Dictator’s Money

Yun Tae Hyong was a top banker in Kim Jong Un’s North Korea. He personally handled the dictator’s finances while managing the Daesong Bank. Now Mr. Hyong is a fugitive. According the South Korean newspaper, JoongAng Ilbo, a well-informed...Show More Summary

Kim Jong Un Is A Huge Manchester United Supporter, But Is He Breaking The Law In Order To Watch The Red Devils?

Kim Jong-Un, the North Korean dictator, has been unveiled as a Manchester United fan. It’s believed that Un is such a big follower of the Red Devils that he has even ordered state television to broadcast Premier League football in order to allow the inhabitants of his country to follow the sport. Jong-Un’s favourite United

Frequent Flyer Diplomacy and the Plane to Pyongyang

Secretary of State John Kerry needs to pay Kim Jong Un a visit. Because North Korea is muscling up and the Obama administration's "strategic patience" isn't working.

Your Cat Can Fight Internet Censorship With A Kim Jong Un Scratching Post

If there is one thing cats hate, it’s water. If there’s two things cats hate, it’s water and Internet censorship. A group called The Pussycat Riot (not affiliated with the band) is using famous Internet cats to draw attention to world leaders who suppress their peoples’ access to information online. It’s a project launched by [...]

With an unusual self-deprecating joke, Kim Jong Un shows his vulnerable side

last monthNews : BlogPost

North Korea is not known for its sense of humor. Instead, fiery rhetoric and bellicose bravado dominate state media. When criticizing the United States earlier this year, the Korean Central News Agency said the country was "the world's worst human right abuser and tundra of a human being's rights to existence." And when Jang Song Thaek, the uncle of […]

Sony Altering ‘The Interview’ to Appease North Korea

When North Korea started to kick up a fuss about The Interview — the film in which Seth Rogen and James Franco play TV news guys who are recruited to assassinate Kim Jong Un during an interview opportunity — Sony seemed to shrug. But...Show More Summary

Newswire: Seth Rogen’s Kim Jong Un movie to appease North Korea by removing buttons

Concerned that, this time, Christmas spirit may not be enough to stave off nuclear war, Sony is said to be making changes to its Kim Jong-un assassination comedy The Interview, after North Korea promised a “merciless retaliation” if it is released. Show More Summary

North Korea's military is falling apart -- is Kim Jong Un's regime next?

Sometime in June, a North Korean pilot taxied his supersonic fighter to the runway for a routine training flight. The pilot, one of North Korea's military elite, powered up his engines and took off with a roar from Koksan Air Base. Moments later, his plane tumbled out of the sky. Show More Summary

Kim Jong Un's Ransom Note After Kidnapping Michael Cera

Kim Jong Un's Ransom Note After Kidna... Despite Kim Jong Un's explicit threats to blow up the White House, Seth Rogen and James Franco are still planning to release their controversial film, The Interview, about the assassinating of the North Korean leader. Show More Summary

Kim Jong Un: Model dictator

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is giving dictator realness in this undated photo released by the Korean Central News Agency today. So crisp and clean for someone so brutal. The 31-year-old ruler, who was rumored to have limited men only to haircuts that were like his back in March, was touring a fruit farm. […]

Kim Jong Un And Obama Get Down: The Dance Video North Korean Government Wants Taken Down [Video]

The North Korean government is not pleased with a parody dance video that has surfaced on the web featuring North Korean leader Kim Jong Un dancing his way out of a variety of silly situations. In fact, the North Korean government was so upset over the video they demanded that the Chinese government keep it

North Korea Has a Problem With This Ridiculous Dance Video Featuring Kim Jong Un

2 months agoOdd : The Daily What

Citing "a source in China," the Chosun Ilbo reports that "the North feels the clip, which shows Kim dancing and Kung-Fu fighting, 'seriously compromises Kim's dignity and authority.'" The newspaper says that after North Korea asked China to stop the video from spreading, "Beijng was unable to oblige."

WATCH: Chinese Viral Video Mocks Kim Jong Un with Weird Dancing Mashup

2 months agoNews : Mediaite

An online video with Chinese origins has gone viral in the past week because of how it rather weirdly and bizarrely it lampoons North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Let's just put it this way: it involves lots of weird Photoshopping and ridiculous dancing.

North Korea Is Not Pleased: Dance Video Features Kim Jong Un

2 months agoNews : The Two-Way

Citing a threat to the leader's dignity, North Korea reportedly asks China to block a video that inserts Kim Jong Un's image into bizarre situations, all set to a bouncy dance track.

Kim Jong Un Does Not Care For This YouTube Video Making Fun Of Kim Jong Un

KimJongUn iscontinuingtodemonstratethathedisplaysnotthebestsenseofhumor orpriorities,becauseheisapparentlypissedaboutthis“satirical”videofromChinauploadedtoYouTubeearlierthismonth.AndbecauseKimJongUnalsoapparentlydoesnotunderstandhowtheinternetworks—NorthKoreahasaskedChinatohavethevideoremovedfromtheweb,claimingthat it“seriouslycompromisesKim’sdignityandauthority.”UhhhhOK.

Chinese-made online video mocks Kim Jong Un

The Outstanding Leader is not amused. North Korea is reportedly furious after a hilarious video mocking Kim Jong Un went viral.

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