One year ago I went on a strictly guided 7-day tour in North Korea, where they took away my passport and didn’t allow me to explore anything on my own.
North Korea was definitely the weirdest country I had ever visited and during my time there I kept wondering what life was like in the neighboring South Korea, which used to be exactly the same country just over 60 years ago! That’s why at the end of that trip I promised myself to visit South Korea this year so that I could compare my experiences in both of those countries. Those pairs of pictures you’ll see below show the differences of life in both Koreas – first one stands for South, and the second, after the flip, stands for North.
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My Life In North Korea VS South Korea
My Life In North Korea VS South Kor
Tensions between the USA and North Korea are almost at boiling point, and after a week full of not-so-subtle threats from both sides, a CNN-sponsored poll has found that 50% of Americans would support military action against the East Asian dictatorship. The only problem is that most of those same people can’t even find the place on a map.Show Full Text
Americans have long been mocked by the rest of the world for their lack of geographical knowledge, so Jimmy Kimmel decided to take international diplomacy to Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles, California. The results? It went about as well as asking a 3-year-old why the sky is blue. We’re just really glad these people aren’t in charge of firing any missiles.
Though the video, like almost everything Jimmy Kimmel does, was meant to be mostly