Discussion in 'Community' started by solojones, Feb 19, 2021.
I've technically been inside North Korea.
Really? The only place I've been that could remotely compare is the Golan Heights.
I visited the DMZ about 10 years ago, and on the tour there's this building meant for political meetings that literally straddles the border separating NK and SK so that each side can be in their respective territories while meetings happened. And we were allowed to walk around in that room for about 15-20 minutes. I knew it was a rare opportunity, so I spent the whole time on the North Korea side. And now I can say I've been to North Korea.
I have never been anywhere remotely comparable
When I was young, Belfast would get quasi-militarized. We go into shoppes on a busy crowded street and come back out to air sirens, vacant walks and tanks rolling past. It's hardly comparable to Golan or Pyongyang but it was hella crackers to my young mind.
So you claim.
I don't see why our great national father Kim Jong-un would misrepresent that information. Our top-notch border security and firm commitment to Juche ideals give us the discipline necessary to stop viral incursions from entering our Elysian land, unlike those of you toiling in festering decay under the oppressive yolk of the Southern rebels.
Northern Hemisphere-centric propaganda.
Well that's your loss!
You're in South Korea. Enjoy your BTS.
Oops, I have to change my vote. I checked the map, North Korea is south to me.