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The Global Restaurant Chain Run by North Korea
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  1. Forestdude9000 says:

    Wait, so this is how North Korea gets foreign currency, amd if we all agreed that this tourost trap was intresting, but morally reprehensible, the country would come closer to falling apart, though at the risk of hurting the citizens more, meaning we should delve into the potential consequences before preforming a united action?

  2. Human Human says:

    I’m a maniac cause I live in the state of Maine so Maine-iac. We also eat ice cream in the middle of the winter when it’s cold enough to get frostbite after being outside for only 5 minutes. We also wear shorts and tank tops when it’s 65 degrees Fahrenheit outside, while most Floridians are turning on their thermostats.

  3. sociallibbutfiscalcons says:

    Normally I find Half as Interesting to be fairly decent, but sometimes videos like this strike me as probably more misleading than not. Judging from the comments on this video, most of the support seems to agree with the video, but I'll provide my case as to why the video is misleading.

    Firstly, having travelled to many countries in the world, including communist/Eastern countries (but NOT North Korea) what I have found is that people are basically the same everywhere. By this I mean just about everyone, in every country simply wants to have a decent, happy life, with food/housing/etc. security and free from crime. Definitely, there are differences between governments, but by and large the people's wants are the same.

    There are definite cultural differences throughout the world. However, to simplify those differences, we can look at them from a simple example. Take family 1, which allows their children to roam freely. No enforced schooling, allowing them to have anything they want, and complete freedom to say and do whatever. Family 2, their children must go to school, complete homework, do chores before allowing any free time. Sort of "Tiger Mom" if you will. From Family 1's perspective, Family 2's parents are a brutal, dictatorial, authoritarian, controlling parents. But children are happy, well adjusted, so is this bad or good? It depends on your perspective.

    The problem I have with the video is that much of the "proof" of how brutal North Korea is comes from our own government and/or "independent" media outlets which essentially answer to our government. I think the closest (at least in western terms) of getting a somewhat accurate view of North Korea comes from a Michael Palin travel video where he was given somewhat free access, but even that was controlled.

    One thing Western culture is very good at is slanting everything in favor of ourselves. In other words, if we do something, we'll frame it in a positive light (for example, a show of patriotism during a July 4th celebration) but if an Eastern country does a patriotic celebration for their country, we'll frame it as propaganda and control, even though they are the same thing.

    One of my main issues with this video is that we always frame whatever we do in the west as "superior" even when Eastern countries to the same thing. We then frame whatever they do as "inferior" even though it is exactly the same. This builds this immense superiority complex for ourselves.

    One area that really makes me suspect of how we frame North Korea and other Eastern bloc countries are the sanctions we place on them. Those sanctions make it really difficult for us, as individual Americans to experience and see for ourselves what's really going on. However, we blame those Eastern bloc countries for "restricting our access" in order to "hide" what is going on there. However, it's just as easy to frame this as retaliation over our sanctions. We complain about their restrictions, but we essentially do the same thing to them. We say they are hiding things, but you could easily frame this as wanting to control what you see to prevent us from using "even worse propaganda" than we use now. Sanctions from America have never achieved their stated goal, but I think they achieve the real goal, which is to control what we see and learn from these countries.

    Another thing to keep in mind is that virtually all "independent sources" that we get "first hand information" from countries like North Korea come from our own government sponsored organizations. If you follow the money trail, almost all sources from Eastern bloc countries come from our government and/or organizations controlled by our government. We scream "freedom of the press" but the reality is that our form of freedom makes it easier to mislead and misinform people than state sponsored media. It's been my experience that countries that we claim "state sponsored media/propaganda", the population is largely cynical about what they read/see, so the propaganda has little effect. However, in America, media has a huge influence on public opinion, therefore it's much easier to manipulate Americans/Westerners than Eastern bloc countries. This makes me suspect the validity of most of what we hear about North Korea in that we have no way of really verifying what we read/hear is accurate or not, or simply political manipulation.

    The fact that Half as Interesting parrots most of this media/government sponsored "information" I find disappointing as HAI typically professes that they have researched the subject thoroughly, so we're back to potentially misleading the population due to "freedom of the press".

    At the end of the day, while having never travelled to North Korea, but travelling to other communist bloc countries, I have found enough discrepancies from what I personally have witnessed to what I have heard/read in our media to be suspicious of the accuracy of our media.

    The fact that HAI doesn't acknowledge that they have not researched far enough back to realize that the sources they use for information could be biased in frankly, disappointing.

    To put it mildly, a lot of our "proof" regarding Eastern bloc countries is the functional equivalent of asking Coca-Cola to provide us proof as to which soft drink is the best in America or Trump who really won the last election and consider that to be "complete research".

  4. На крючке says:

    In my city was Korean restaurant named "kimchi from Kim" with the Supreme Leader himself on logo. Month ago I wanted to visit this restaurant in spring, but this plans were destroyed, because yesterday Russian bomb destroyed the mall, where was this restaurant…

  5. Andrew Williams says:

    So, this loser country has a big nuclear arsenal?

    Don't believe everything your propaganda tells you. North Korea is basically no threat to any country, especially countries with actual nuclear arsenals (that prohibit other countries from joining in the nuclear weapon fun).

  6. ❤️ Glodelania Channel ❤️ says:

    Do they have burgers with Kim's bite marks? Because I heard a rumor about all their burgers have bite marks from Kim. That's so nice of him tho, he's making sure the food is taste good and if its safe to eat. Even Kim Jong Un is evil, he still has a little good side of him.

  7. rand mayfield says:

    Before knowing anything about them I went to one in Patong Beach Thailand. I went in ordered and was waiting when this guy comes out of the kitchen walks up to my table and orders me to leave…Right NOW!!! The only restaurant I have ever been kicked out of. I think they identified me as an American.

  8. NENi ONER says:

    Your misinformation about DPRK is harmful. Maybe just another ignorant NA like always, but pls, do better. You're literally a channel about history, telling lies about history lol weirdge 🙃


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