Leather jackets, sunglasses, and giant missiles: North Korea 's state media announced the launch of the largest intercontinental ballistic missile in Pyongyang with the efforts of old Hollywood children on Friday. Kim Jon UN leader walked towards the camera, flanked by the generals, when they prepared to fire the Hwasong-17 missile giants - Pyongyang's first ICBM test since 2017.
From tense music, the camera cut off between two generals and Kim checked their watch, before, in a slow motion, Kim whipped his sunglasses and gave a nod, pushing the army to move large missiles to position. Records - quickly divided into parodies on social media - also focusing on the missile itself. Dramatic retreat scene that leads to the launch shows the army shouting "fire!" When the button for the test is finally pressed.
Cheong Seong-Chang from the North Korean Study Center at the Sejong Institute, said the video style showed Pyongyang's trust to improve its military abilities "They have gained trust in their military power to the point where they feel comfortable making him a film and enjoy it," he told AFP.
Kim's father and his predecessor Kim Jong Il was a diligent film fan that ordered the kidnapping of a South Korean film director and an actress in 1978 to help develop the North Cinema industry.
Even now, poor countries pour significant resources into the film, although many of its production are propaganda work praising Kim's family in power. But the latest Pyongyang AFP propaganda video. While the country's media recording showed a clear foreign influence, Kim's regime, in fact, punished anyone who was found secretly accessing content abroad.
North Korea last year introduced a new law that strives to spray all kinds of foreign influences, punish anyone captured by film or foreign clothes. Known as Hwasong-17, the giant ICBM was first launched in October 2020 and was dubbed the "Monster Misster" by analysts.
It has never been successfully sended, and the launch encourages immediate anger from neighboring Pyongyang and the United States North Korea has not biting international sanctions for its weapon program, and the UN Security Council will hold an emergency meeting on launch on Friday.

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