I bet Jong-un doesn't like this at all. Can't have the people seeing him/NK for what he/it really is. At least not the people inside the country, I think everyone else knows the truth.Bootleg copies of the comedy The Interview are selling for almost $50 apiece within North Korea, Business Insider reported.
Black market copies of ‘The Interview’ selling for nearly $50 in North Korea: Report
Of course NK has stepped up security inspections at the borders but I don't think they will stop this. A human rights group plans on dropping copies of the movie into NK. Don't know how they are going to watch this movie since most in NK don't even have electric.