I don't know if this topic was already discussed or not but what are your guys take on the whole North Korean situation? This could include the famine in the 1990s, the cult of personality or the overall society that is North Korea. I've been interested in the DPRK since probably I was in Middle School and I saw a documentary on North Korea. And since then I have seen many documentaries made by dissidents, defectors of the DPRK and also to see their point of view propaganda films by the North Korean government. I can't stress it enough I'm not for their ideology and I'm not pushing a agenda. I'm just a person that is interested in the history of North Korea and what the future made hold for this isolated Stalinist state. It's very interesting and the more you learn about the place and also learn from the people (I haven't met anyone from North Korea) you really see the world in a different way. I am moved by the tragic stories of the Korean people having to not only endure a dictatorship that crushes dissent but also a government that uses the most extreme form of worship of the state. Not even Saddam or Gaddafi had this much of a cult of personality on the scale of North Korea.