The media might portray it as just a failed state run by a mad dictator, but today we'll find out that things might be just a little bit more complicated than they seem.
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- Post Second World War - US vs. USSR in the Korean Peninsula
- The Korean War
- The post-war years
- North Korea & China
- Nuclear weapons (and why do they really have them?)
- Kim Jong-un
- North Korea in 2020
- 4 weird facts about North Korea (haircuts, marijuana, holes in one & the calendar)
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