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The film I plan to create differs from perhaps any undertaken to date. In recent years there has been a formulaic attitude to films about North Korea in which they revolve around highlighting the regime as a 'tyrannical pariah state'. What I am seeking to create is the first attempted apolitical film in perhaps the most politicized country in the world.
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Kim Jong un, the leader of North Korea, flies around in a private jet, similar to Air Force One, pictures published by state
North Korea has used sickening racist language to lash out at Barack Obama, calling the US president "reminiscent of a wicked
North Korea has launched three short-range missiles into the sea off its east coast, South Korea's Ministry of Defence has
North Korea is to try a US citizen on charges of trying to overthrow the government, its official news agency has reported
While US President Obama and South Korean President Park Geun-hye are due to meet in Washington DC on 7 May to hammer out a solution, the local population in Seoul appears to be astoundingly nonplussed about the threats, having heard a lot of the same in the past.
North Korea has issued a series of “incomprehensible” demands as the conditions for it to move forward with talks to ease
North Korea is preparing for a fourth nuclear test, according to a South Korean minister, who said Seoul had been alerted