A Museum With Anti-American Propaganda Just Reopened In North Korea

Just in time to mark the 60th anniversary of the Korean War cease-fire. Cool, guys. posted on

1. The Victorious Fatherland Liberation War Museum in Pyongyang, North Korea, reopened this weekend after being closed for renovation.

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2. The purpose of the museum is, “to exalt [North Korea’s] late leaders and to further flare anti-American sentiment,” the country’s official news agency reported.

3. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un was there to celebrate the glorious occasion.

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4. And, boy, did he have a great time.

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5. The museum’s also kind of like the North Korean version of Madame Tussauds.

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Jason Lee / Reuters

7. And you can also hear about the war.

8. And look at paintings.

9. And look at lots of other stuff too.

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10. There really is no shortage of things you could look at.

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11. And it’s a great time for everybody.

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12. The end.

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