North Korean leader Kim Jong Un wants lobster, and he wants it now.
During an inspection of a turtle farm in Taedonggang on the outskirts of Pyongyang, Kim was disappointed to find that the farm had not successfully bred freshwater lobster among several other “serious shortcomings,” according to A rare peek inside secretive North Korea
He “reproached” the farm for not doing enough to produce the freshwater lobster for the sake of the country, according to the report issued Monday. Kim’s Worker’s Party of Korea apparently sent the farm freshwater lobsters two years ago so that it might breed them, and things aren’t going exactly as planned.
Kim took special offense to the lack of lobster as 2015 marks the 70th anniversary of the founding of the Worker’s Party of Korea (WPK) and the shortcomings could result in “grave consequences as impairing the prestige of the party.”
“All service personnel and people of the country are working hard round the clock to make good presents to the 70th founding anniversary of the WPK but he could hardly understand with what success the officials and employees of the farm would like to greet the October festival,” read the report.
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