The Detente Will Be Televised

Friday, May 27, 2005

Transcript

Since its unsolicited selection for the axis of evil, North Korea has largely fulfilled its media role as America's Asian arch-nemesis. But there's at least one place where North Korea's image has been softening - South Korea. Wall Street Journal reporter Gordon Fairclough explains to Bob how the improvement of North Korea’s image is increasingly apparent in South Korean TV and film.

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