I’m in Toronto for Christmas and while watching one of the news channels (I think CNN), my brother-in-law and I were shocked to see a commercial for Korea Tourism encouraging travelers to visit. The commercial depicts North Korea as “a symbol of peace.” I doubt the commercial is airing in the U.S. but who knows. Interesting strategy, eh? I would like to visit North Korea one day but not sure it will be anytime soon. How about you?
Here’s the only link to the commercial I can find: Korea Tourism Organization TV Commercial, ‘DMZ: A Symbol of Peace’
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