A 21-year-old University of Virginia student was sentenced to 15 years of hard labor by North Korea for tearing down a propaganda banner.
Otto Frederick Warmbier is a University of Virginia student from Cincinnati who has been detained by the North Korean government as an alleged spy.
New Jersey’s Won Man Joo wanted to be the straw that stirred Korea’s political commentary so he snuck into North Korea with the intent of getting caught. He accomplished his goal.
New Jersey’s Won Man Joo said “I’m well, there’s no need to worry” after sneaking into North Korea in an attempt to make a political message.
Yooni Mi Rae is a Korean pop star whose song Pay Day was featured in the film The Interview without her permission. She is now suing Sony.
A female hacker by the name of “Lena” may have actually been behind the Sony hack, casting doubt on the FBI and studio’s claim that North Korea was the culprit.
Sony announced the controversial film will be available on demand. Find out how you can watch it here.
Larry Flynt says about his porno version, “If Kim Jong Un and His henchmen were upset before, wait till they see this.”
The Internet in North Korea is down following a possible DDoS attack. This comes in the wake of cyber attacks from the country over the movie “The Interview.”
Here is the scene from The Interview that caused Sony pictures to cancel the release of the movie due to terror threats from North Korea.
In a win for oppression and cyberterrorists everywhere, Sony Pictures has pulled its comedy about an assassination attempt on North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.
Jeffrey Edward Fowle has been released by North Korea. Fowle was accused of leaving a bible in a night club.
After North Korean Dictator Kim Jun Un’s absence, it is now believed his sister, Kim Yo Jung is now in charge and running the country.
Matthew Todd Miller is the American citizen who has been sentenced to six years hard labor in North Korea for committing “hostile acts” against the country.