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North Korea Beat Brazil*

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LMFAO

Cut out conveniently when Maicon was about to score.

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The commentary team >>

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lol yeah fake all day long but then again....

show that to a sheltered society then what else are they suppose to believe

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LOL... wouldnt be suprised if something like that was actully broadcast.

the commentry is from a 2004 SOUTH KOREA world cup match :lol: can hear jason parks name get mentioned.

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lol yeah fake all day long but then again....

show that to a sheltered society then what else are they suppose to believe

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It wasn't shown to them. The only people getting mugged off are the people in this thread that think this was actually broadcast.

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Dunno what it is with this site an underrating peoples intelligence.

Next you'll be telling people VIP2 isn't actually a way of life.

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pmsl @ all the ppl thinking they are living in a country were they enjoy an honest and impartial media coverage

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there is no media coverage in n. korea

there are no tv's and no one has internet access except for the n.korean INTRANET, which is a handful of propoganda & educational sites.

everyones radio dials are only able to pick up one station and there are daily checks on peoples homes to ensure they are not capable of receiving any communication from the outside world

most of n.koreans do not even know that we exist, as there are no world maps. every citizen spends a mandatory 10 years in the military and schooling is non existant for the majority of the population, so literacy levels are extremely low.

in terms of tourism to n. korea there are 3-4 "Trips" every years. half of these "trips" are business, where you are granted a more in depth view of the country (but you are constantly escorted by a government guide, government minder and a team of government security). pictures are only allowed when permission is given, tourists are not allowed to speak to natives, tourists are not allowed to leave the capital city (it is a great honour for n. koreans to live in the capital). every single meeting is scripted and native n. koreans will meet severe punishment if they interact with tourists or present their country in a bad light.

when these tourists trips take place the n. korean govt. will do things like; making a convoy of cars drive in the vacinity of the tour bus to make the roads appear more populated (a sign of economic affluence), hand pick citizens/actors to "mill around" the tourists and give a false sense of affluence and happiness, put the tourists up in a "luxury" hotel - the tallest building in the country by a few hundred feet and make the tourists pay for everything in dollar or euro as this is one of the only ways the currency will enter the country as it does not trade with the outside world.

n. korea is a fascinating country i plan to visit one day. i have applied twice but both times my visa app has been turned down.

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How do you know all that? Seems kinda bullshit, they dont allow any information etc out of the country, so...

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there is no media coverage in n. korea

there are no tv's

Korean Central Television (KCTV) is a state news broadcaster in North Korea and located in the capital, Pyongyang. KCTV is the only official source of television news for North Koreans. The reach of the programming is limited, as there are only around 1.2 million television sets in the country of over 23 million inhabitants.[1] Additionally, the North Koreans who do own televisions are almost exclusively found in cities.

After the BBCs parody of what went on with North Korea here's the story.

North Koreans finally got a glimpse of their team playing against Brazil today, 17 hours after the World Cup 2010 Group G match kicked off in South Africa.

The game took place in the middle of the night in North Korea, but the state-run Korean Central Broadcasting aired the match this evening. The communist country's sole TV channel typically does not broadcast overnight or during the day.

Footage from broadcaster APTN showed Pyongyang residents cheering as they watched Ji Yun-nam score a late goal.

"Our team lost, but Brazil are a very strong team. Some people think they might win the World Cup, and we lost only 2-1, so I think they did very well," a football coach, Pak Won-uk, told APTN at the Kim Il-sung Stadium.

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lol @ the way people on tell barefaced lies about sh*t they know NOTHING about.

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lol @ u thinking that you pasting from wikipedia and smugly posting a gay little gif means i'm telling bare faced lies. watch your mouth you d*ckhead.

the only tv's are in pyongyang the capital and public assembly halls. the only people allowed in pyongyang are government officials and citizens who are expressly granted access to the city/affluent citizens. you really think a country ravaged by famine and poverty will have tv's?

when i said no tv's i mean for the general population - they simply do not have tv's in their homes. similarly when i said no internet, i also meant for the general population. senior government officials have access to everything and kim il sung has been described as an "avid internet user" (read. probably a deviant).

tv's in north korea are not used in the same way they are used here - they are a vehicle for propoganda, same as the intranet, radio and newspapers.

Domestic media censorship is strictly enforced, and deviation from the official government line is not tolerated. The regime prohibits listening to foreign media broadcasts, and violators are reportedly subject to severe punishment. Senior party cadres, however, have good access to the foreign media. No external media are allowed free access to North Korea, but an agreement to share in Japan's telecommunications satellites was reached in September 1990.

Newspapers, broadcasting, and other mass media are major vehicles for information dissemination and political propaganda. Although most urban households have radios and some have television sets, neither radios nor televisions can be tuned to anything other than official programming. Only some 10 percent of the radios and 30 percent of the televisions are in private households. Government control extends to artistic and academic circles, and visitors report that the primary function of plays, movies, books, and the performing arts is to contribute to the cult of personality surrounding Kim Il Sung.

all of this information is readily available online, if you are interested and have the mental capacity to go further than wikipedia in your quest for knowledge you can learn alot about the country.

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rah never knew about the situation between North and South that theyve never agreed peace n still at war n theres americans on the border

rah

learn sutin new everyday

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if anyone wants to see it, google vice guide to north korea, the place is mental.

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lol just watched them all, a great insight

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is there some sort of guide to Cuba? not guide guide but u know

cos i heard the most recent cars they have are from like the 50's n sh*t

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