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Korea – A Proper Gander

With all the sabre rattling that’s going on among North and South Korea and the USA, it’s hard to imagine that the two Koreas have a joint economic venture. You may not have heard of Kaesong Industrial Park but the video below describes what it is. It is redolent of some of the films I watched about Dubai before I went there last year. The soundtrack, voice over and content are eerily similar. If you want a clue as to why Kaesong’s success is virtually guaranteed, skip to 5 minutes 18 seconds:

Meanwhile, back in the North, here is dear respected leader Kim Jong Un opening The Mansugyo Meat and Fish Shop built on the banks of the Pothong River in Pyongyang.

Not bad, but lets be honest it’s no Farmfoods:

Crikey, you start with one video then another pops up. Here are some North Koreans in a state of spontaneous grief, similar to that outside Pittodrie this week on the news that Craigie Broon was to retire…..


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