10 Days in North Korea is insightful and baffling [Review]

10 Days in North Korea is insightful and baffling [Review]

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The RTD film crew was allowed into North Korea to film only that which was permissible. The result was the documentary 10 Days in North Korea, which already has 499 384 viewers on YouTube.

Waterford Whispers News reports that North Korea has confirmed that 17-year-old Hong Li-gong has landed on the sun and is bringing the sunspot as a gift to his great leader Kim Jong-un, who says, “We send him to the sun at night, so that we can keep him safe!”

If you’re not laughing your head off now, then you will be as you journey through the rest of this staged documentary. Kim Jong-un is treated as Superman but he is a loser because he chooses to learn nothing.

Rules predominate. North Koreans can’t wear jeans and they must show real tears upon seeing their leader! Children must wear gigantic smiles and engage in robotic dancing and singing (in an adult’s voice) to honour him!

Most citizens are farmers and they value rice. Kim Jong-un provides machines to plough, so they are grateful. Kim Kyo-son, a farmer, said that "famers are like soldiers fighting in the field, and we treasure this.” This simple hard life touched my heart on how little it takes to make them happy.

I highly recommend this five-star documentary as it is an excellent education that takes you into a different world where all views are strictly controlled!


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