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Photo de Sharon Hahn Darlin. That is no longer the case. Why not? A Coca-Cola—sponsored stage set up to promote the Sochi Olympics was blocking the entrance to his tomb. In North Korea, however, the regime still considers foreign-made consumer products potentially dangerous. No, he's trying to keep out the sinister influence of the somewhat tasty South Korean Choco Pie.
Thirty years later, during a period of wary cooperation between the North and South, South Korean businesses began running factories in Kaesong, a square-mile special administrative zone just across the border in North Korea. Today, South Korean companies employ 52, North Korean workers there. But Pyongyang forbids South Korean factory managers at Kaesong from paying bonuses or cash incentives to North Korean workers. And so they began rewarding them with Choco Pies. Choco Pies were essentially used as currency by North Koreans, much like prison inmates might use cigarettes.
The North Korean regime was not okay with this. Workers can be rewarded with sausages, instant noodles, coffee, and chocolate bars — but not Choco Pies. North Korean meth, motorcycle gangs, Army snipers, and a guy named Rambo. Read more here. North Korea fires ballistic missiles off eastern coast. Photo via Flickr. This story is over 5 years old. Jul 2 , pm. Sign up right here.