Kim Jong-un

Madame Tussauds in Tokyo offering free Kim Jong-un haircuts for one day only!

It’s a barbershop so crazy they’re actually giving away Kim Jong-un haircuts!

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The power of fast food: Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un wants McDonald’s to invest in North Korea

You know peace has arrived when the Supreme Leader now hungers for burgers instead of the nuclear launch button.

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Hilarious GIF shows what could have happened to Moon Jae-in when he stepped into North Korea

Frankly, we’re kind of surprised it didn’t happen.

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Black telephone like me: What if a handsome guy tries modern politics’ most famous harido?

If you ever feel like testing the limits of your hairdresser, try ordering one of these bad boys.

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Researcher claims North Korea’s Kim Jong-un loved manga, got bad grades as a teen

Plus, his familial connection to Sailor Moon fandom.

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Japanese porn star directs commercial in which Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un are best friends【Vid】

A message of peace from the star of Enforced Semen Management Straddling Queen.

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North Korea releases new video showing dangerous improvement in their CGI arsenal

Newest video showing the destruction of various American weaponry suggests North Korea may be in possession of functional 3-D modeling software.

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Kim Jong-un’s “little red book” of quotes is the worst joke book you can buy for 500 yen

Other titles include: “How to Be a Terrible Leader for Dummies” and “431 Quotes to Lose All Your Friends.”

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Kim Jong-un’s face on one-piece romper suit available online, because that’s the world we live in

Every Great Leader deserves equally great fashion.

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Kim Jong-un gives troops diarrhea for Christmas

North Korea’s supreme leader gifts his soldier with a case of the scoots: the gift that keeps on giving.

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North Korea requests China refrain from calling leader “Fatty Kim III”

This reportedly official demand from North Korea begs the question: is body-shaming always wrong?

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We finally know the age of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un

US officials closely monitor North Korea’s activities, so it might come as a surprise that we’ve been missing some basic information on its leader, Kim Jong Un.

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Artist re-imagines political bigwigs as fearsome mechanized transforming robots

Autobot world leaders…roll out!

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N. Korean propaganda girl group singer, rumored executed, spotted hanging around in China?

South Korea’s Yonhap News has published a photograph that appears to show North Korean singer Hyon Sung-wul—long rumored executed at dictator Kim Jong-un’s behest—alive and well in China 

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Kim Jong-un visits North Korean women soldiers, internet Photoshop battle ensues【Pics】

It has to be pretty good being Kim Jong-un. You’re the supreme dictator of a whole country, you’ve got the most fashionable haircut ever, and women flock to you and faint in your presence.

Unfortunately being so handsome and popular has one downside though: the internet. When the online hivemind got its hands on a photo of Kim Jong-un visiting the female division of his divine army, they created some hilarious Photoshop masterpieces that are truly fitting for such a respected leader.

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North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un’s new haircut makes him look like an evil anime mecha

Whether they’re being called dear, supreme, or great, North Korea takes the image of its top leaders very seriously. After all, this is the same country which claims the late Kim Jong-il, in his first round of golf, finished 38 shots under par (in case you’re not familiar with the technical terms, one under par is a “birdie,” two under is an “eagle,” and 38 under is generally referred to as a “crock”).

So it’s a little surprising that current head of hermit state Kim Jong-un’s fashion consultants have let him rock a hairstyle that seems to perfectly gel with the rest of the world’s image of North Korean dictatorship as cartoonish supervillainry, with a ‘do that makes him look like one of the antagonist mecha from classic anime Mobile Suit Gundam.

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Kim Jong-un Golf: the game where every shot is a hole-in-one

In the online game Kim Jong Golf, players must carefully line up a moving bar in order to pull off the perfect shot. Right on the money? Hole in one! Miss completely? Doesn’t matter. Hole in one! Hang on…

Whether on a snowy mountaintop or rolling fields, players hit every shot with superhuman accuracy and grace. Then again, such things are to be expected when your character is the Glorious Leader.

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Mediocre comedy The Interview’s biggest fan is… North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un?

After a long and arduous production, terrorist threats from North Korea, a snap decision to pull the film and then, finally, a half-baked release both online and at independent theaters not fearful of sudden SCUD missile attacks, the much-talked about film The Interview is finally upon us and reviews are lukewarm at best. “Acceptable!,” “Moderately Chuckle-Worthy!,” and “More Dick Jokes Than You Can Shake a Sausage Link At!” seem destined to adorn the box art of the eventual Blu-ray release.

But there appears to be one very unexpected mega fan of the film, if one surreal photo is to be believed…

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Here’s how the CEO of Sony tweaked ‘The Interview’ after North Korea threatened war

Sony’s film studio, Sony Pictures, was hit by a massive hack that resulted in the leaking online of a huge trove of documents from the company.

Re/code reports that one of the files posted online was the email archive of Amy Pascal, the company’s co-chairman. Her inbox contained emails sent by Sony CEO Kazuo Hirai in which he instructs Sony Pictures staff to make an important change to the ending of coming comedy “The Interview.”

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Over 3 decades, North Korea paid for full-page propaganda ads in western newspapers

From 1969 to 1997, the North Korean leadership purchased expensive full-page ad space in the most prominent western newspapers, Benjamin R. Young reports for NK News. The ads, which cost anywhere from $3,000 to $10,000, were placed in high-profile publications like The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Guardian.

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