Category Archives: North Korean

Sex and Love In North Korea

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Posted: Monday February 16, 2015 @12:50 a.m PST

 

According to historians who are really good at remembering when things happened in the olden days, sex and love existed before the Internet was even invented.

Before 56K dial-up, phones, and even Tinder, humans found ways to interact completely offline and engage in sexual activity. In fact, biologists believe that the human proclivity for sex is universal and plays a major role in producing baby humans, thereby maintaining the human race’s existence. (Go humans!)

So could it be that in North Korea too, people have sex and fall in love and do romantic things with each other?

According to North Korean refugees that I’ve worked with, the answer is: Yes. North Koreans have sex too.

So, how do North Koreans do it?

First of all, the baseline to understand is that overall North Korean dating culture is pretty traditional and conservative. Think South Korea, but 50 years ago. One of the reasons for this is, well, North Korean society is quite conservative and patriarchal in general and North Korean media is super old-fashioned. In North Korean films you don’t see couples kissing or being physically affectionate with each other, so many North Koreans are just not used to PDA and wouldn’t dream of being too affectionate or kissing in public.

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“The Interview” Pulled By “Sony” Due To Threats From {Guardians of Peace} U.S Blames North Korea

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Source:Koreaboo –  Deadline , Tech Crunch

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Posted:Thursday December 18, 2014 @6:34 p.m PST

 

On December 17th, Sony Pictures announced that they will be pulling The Interview from its planned Christmas Day release due to terror threats from a group called the Guardians of Peace. Furthermore, the U.S has come out saying that North Korea is behind the massive cyber hack that embarrassed Sony and exposed its employees.

It’s no secret that when news came out about The Interview, which stars Seth Rogen and James Franco, North Korean leader Kim Jung Un was outraged and ordered the movie to not be released. Hollywood, of course, said no and filming and production went on as planned, until November came and Sony Pictures experienced the worst hack in its history when 100 terabytes of data were stolen from its data library. To put that into perspective, the printed collection of the U.S Library of Congress is 10 terabytes itself.

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U.S City Going Up In Flames After Missle Attack

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Media Credit: .grabnetworks.com

Posted: Monday April 1, 2013  @ 12:15 a.m PST

 

 

CNN reported on April 1, 2013, that the United States sent F-22 Raptors to South Korea on Sunday as part of ongoing joint military exercises between the two countries.

The fighter aircrafts were flown to the main U.S. Air Force Base in South Korea amid spiking tensions between the two countries.

The U.S. military officials in South Korea issued a statement that also urged North Korea to tone down its rhetoric.

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Dennis Rodman Plans Vacation With North Korean Kim Jong Un

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Source: Yahoo Sports

Posted: Tuesday March 12, 2013 @ 9:29 p.m PST

 

 Dennis Rodman says he plans to return to North Korea to vacation with Kim Jong Un.

Rodman met with the authoritarian leader in late February during a visit that was not endorsed by the U.S. State Department. The visit came during a period of tension between the countries over North Korea’s nuclear weapons testing.

 

North Korea Threatens To Put South Korea To Ashes In Less Than 4 Minutes (Video)

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Source & Story Credit: The Envoy Dylan Stableford

Video Credit: ITN News

Posted: Monday April 23, 2012 @ 12:25 p.m PST

 

According to The Envoy, North Korea’s military vowed a new and unusually specific threat to its neighbors, saying it would reduce South Korea “to ashes” in less than four minutes.

 

The statement, released Monday when programming was interrupted on North Korea’s state TV by a special report, comes amid rising tensions on the Korean peninsula.

 

Earlier this month, North Korea was unsuccessful in a long-range missile launch, prompting worries that North Korea may conduct another nuclear test. South Korean officials say new satellite images show that North Korea has been digging a tunnel in what appears to be preparation for a third atomic test.

 

According to the Associated Press, the statement from North Korea was unusual in promising something soon and in describing a specific period of time.

 

The North Korean military threatened to “reduce all the rat-like groups and the bases for provocations to ashes in three or four minutes, (or) in much shorter time, by unprecedented peculiar means and methods of our own style.”

 

For months the North has castigated South Korean President Lee Myung-bak and the conservative  administration for insulting their leadership and criticizing a  new cruise missile capable of striking anywhere in the south.

 

South Korean officials responded, urging North Korea to end the threats. “We urge North Korea to immediately stop this practice,” Unification Ministry spokesman Kim Hyung-suk said, according to the Associated Press. “We express deep concern that the North’s threats and accusations have worsened inter-Korean ties and heightened tensions.”

 

Meanwhile, in a meeting Sunday with a North Korean delegation in Beijing, China’s senior official on foreign policy praised the leadership shown by North Korea’s new young leader, Kim Jong Un.

 

The meeting follows the April 13 launch of what the United States called a disguised ballistic missile test by North Korea. The rocket disintegrated minutes after launch.