That Time I Went To North Korea

The first thing people always ask me is: how did you even get to North Korea?

Drove.

That’s right: let’s say New York City is Seoul. You go out the door, get in your car, and before you’d get to Stamford, CT, or New Brunswick, NJ, you’d be there. North Korea. It’s that close.

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Peabody award winning journalist. Streaming media pioneer. Played @ CBGB back in the day. Editor-In-Chief "The Chaos Report" www.thechaosreport.com

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Eric J Scholl

Eric J Scholl

Peabody award winning journalist. Streaming media pioneer. Played @ CBGB back in the day. Editor-In-Chief "The Chaos Report" www.thechaosreport.com

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