If reports from the South are correct, North Korea is seeing a major change in its leadership. Kim Jong Un's uncle, Jang Song Thaek, has reportedly been fired from his role as vice chairman of the country's powerful National Defense Commission, per South Korea's spy agency. Yonhap reports that Jang...
The uncle of North Korea’s young dictator, Kim Jong Un, has reportedly been ousted. In a briefing to South Korean lawmakers on Tuesday, intelligence officials in Seoul said Jang Song Thaek was removed from his post as chairman of his country’s National Defence Commission, and that several of his associates were executed. Show More Summary
South Korean intelligence reports suggest Kim Jong Un's influential uncle was dismissed from his posts.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's uncle, considered the power behind the throne, is believed to have been dismissed from his posts, a South Korean lawmaker said on Tuesday, suggesting a huge upheaval in one of the world's most secretive states. Show More Summary
Dennis Rodman may think he influenced policy a great deal via his trip to North Korea earlier this year and his sit-down with Kim Jong Un. But GQ begs to disagree. The magazine has named the former rebounding champion its LEAST Influential...Show More Summary
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Dennis Rodman is at the top of a list no one wants to be on. He's been named GQ's No. 1 least influential celebrity of 2013. The 52-year-old former basketball player who has visited Kim Jong Un in North Korea was selected...Show More Summary
(NSFW: Language) Collegehumor continues to poke fun– er, glorify the very best leader of North Korea. Will Kim Jong Un’s Pokémon expertise help save his nation? Not that it needs saving. North Korea’s doing just fine.
Basketball star and Kim Jong Un BFF Dennis Rodman is launching his own vodka (Rodka?) brand, "Bad Boy," which he hopes will ease tensions between the US and North Korea. Yao Ming wine, eat your heart out. [ more › ]
The Associated Press just published a story about Dennis Rodman's latest endorsement venture and his untethered blather about what good buds he is with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. Read the whole thing here, if you have two minutes for an extra-large helping of starry-eyed banality. Here are some excerpts: Read more...
As a powerful world leader, playing Pokemon is an essential part of Kim Jong Un's daily regime. Those who say otherwise are of dubious character and should be reported immediately.
After years of being a musician, 34-year-old Howard decided it was time to take a different career path that utilized his looks. No, he did not become a model. He became the world's first professional Kim Jong Un impersonator. Howard has been told he resembles the infamous dictator since 2011, when Kim took power. Show More Summary
A Hong Kong resident named Howard has taken it upon himself to professionally mimic North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, a transformation chronicled in this video by the British media outfit Barcroft TV. "The key to becoming him is to always look unhappy and dissatisfied," Howard says. "It is his trademark look." Howard has a […]
On Oct. 28, Mongolian President Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj arrived in Pyongyang for a four day trip, the first known visit of a head of state to North Korea since Kim Jong Un took power in December 2011. But while Elbegdorj spent his days...Show More Summary
Redditor joowee used the opportunity of Halloween to impersonate Glorious Leader Kim Jong-un. Pretty good likeness, wouldn't you say? This simple getup won a costume contest. We had a costume contest at work earlier in the week. I took first place. Show More Summary
(KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia) — A Malaysian university is facing public criticism for awarding an honorary doctorate in economics to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. The privately run HELP University said a “simple ceremony” to mark the conferment was held in early October at North Korea’s embassy in Kuala Lumpur. Show More Summary
No matter who wins, Putin loses his shirt.
Forget the Swiss Alps, Kim Jong Un wants you to ski the sunny slopes of Masik Pass, North Korea's new multimillion-dollar ski resort. The result of 10 months of labor and scheduled to open sometime in October, the resort will offer ski...Show More Summary
A broken clock, they say, is still right twice a day, and the Korean Central News Agency, North Korea's premier English-language news site, does even better. Much of its domestic coverage is depressingly optimistic propaganda; I'm guessing, for example, that foreigners aren't flocking en masse to Pyongyang's new fitness center, as one Oct. Show More Summary
Never shy about promoting the benevolence and power of president Kim Jong Un, North Korea's state media recently released this image of the young leader: At first blush, it appears to be a fairly tame photo of Kim doing president-y things with his cadre of lieutenants. Show More Summary