North Korea Attempts To Turn South Korean Data On Its Head

New videos published by Uriminzokkiri use South Korean data and broadcast footage to undermine its neighbor
January 18th, 2013
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New anti-South Korea videos published by Uriminzokkiri (우리민족끼리) show North Korean propagandists attempting to turn South Korean data and broadcast material on its head to illustrate just how bad life is in South Korea.

One 3 minute video clip entitled,“President Lee and the People’s New Years Talk”, presents South Korea’s outgoing President Lee Myung Bak

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  • http://www.facebook.com/brian.mcdowell.14 Brian McDowell

    So now the DPRK are pesenting facts about South Korea to their people completely out of context as opposed to just blatantly lying to them in the past? I guess that is what they call “progress” north of the DMZ.

  • Joshua

    I suspect that the truth lies somewhere between the south korean soaps they watch and the propaganda they recieve from their government. I suspect they may as well.

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