How Would You Escape North Korea? (The 7 Choices)

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  • Published on:  Wednesday, March 15, 2017
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  • Kento Bento  2 years ago

    CLARIFICATIONS / EXTRA INFO:- The only way to 'take down the regime' as I mentioned at the end of the video is to help disseminating as much information about South Korea and the rest of the world to everyday North Koreans, so they can create their own 'Korean Spring' uprising and revolution. Change must start internally.- To the people who keep saying the video is useless/stupid because internet is banned in North Korea & North Koreans wouldn't be able to see it - you're not supposed to take the...

  • XxJ_LxX  4 days ago

    Longest comment goes to...

  • Noobs X  4 months ago

    Except, North Koreans can’t see this video

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  • King Squid  2 months ago

    Kim Jong Un is at 100% healtheach like is -1% health

  • King Squid  13 hours ago

    @Noah Sanders im just gonna stop replying

  • Noah Sanders  13 hours ago

    @King Squid Now Your Just Trying To Be Annoying.

  • XD bigchungus1738  4 months ago

    All the 5.7K dislikes are from kim jong un's alts

  • Matthew Gupta  5 days ago

    Doughnut girl Crazy Kim jong un has internet

  • Salvador Zuñiga  8 days ago

    from real communists

  • North Korea is like a never ending holocaust

  • Mentlegen  20 hours ago

    @Cobracomander diaz you're not killing millions of people,you're just making sure that everyone(that's alive)gets their own house and suppliesthat's the most horrible thing I said this year,probably

  • Me leading a country is a never ending holucaust killing millions atleast thats what the simulator says

  • Aynee Bonsalagan  3 months ago

    He is the Hitler of this generation. Diabolical mad and sinister.

  • @Ami Dube As much as invading North Korea would be great for the people, it's not the best idea as there's already a lot of tension surrounding it. If say America were to do it, Russia joins, China joins, the West joins, South America and Africa go revolutionary and everything falls apart. WW3 is too dangerous to start, and if it does (unfortunately inevitable) it will be the end of us all.

  • Caca Fox  3 days ago

    Aynee Bonsalagan and fat

  • Michael Angelo  1 months ago

    My passed wife was snuck out 1960, she was a newborn baby. Her life story should be a movie. We miss her deeply 💙💔

  • @Michael Angelo I'm really sorry to hear that, and I hope her loss hasn't impacted you too deeply. All the best for your future.

  • Michael Angelo  2 days ago

    Her and brother got separated at this point. She was less than a year old and had shrapnel in left side of her body. One peice went through her ear and came out through her cheek.

  • 99% of people wont read this butHave a fantastic day 1 %

  • Same to man

  • WeeabooDan  4 days ago

    You either mean well or are a like whore, go make an original comment

  • Lego Master  1 months ago

    You know who would find this video useful? North KoreansYou know who can't watch this video?North koreans

  • You know who cant understand this north koreans

  • ManiakNoot  11 days ago

    @Lex MaNooBers because why not.

  • Shrine  1 years ago

    Saying this may be insensitive but...Escaping North Korea would make a great video game.

  • SkyeMoone  yesterday

    Yeah, actually. Maybe in a fantasy setting?

  • ImELFY  2 days ago

    the developers would probably be captured by north korea