Citing "a source in China," the Chosun Ilbo reports that "the North feels the clip, which shows Kim dancing and Kung-Fu fighting, 'seriously compromises Kim's dignity and authority.'"
The newspaper says that after North Korea asked China to stop the video from spreading, "Beijing was unable to oblige."
Atlanta-based Moneyhorse Games created a side-scrolling video game that will be available soon for PCs and mobile devices. It features North Korea's Kim Jong-Un gallivanting through forests on unicorn and dashing through the streets of Pyongyang, battling U.S. paratroopers. Kim Jong-Un's noted bestie Dennis Rodman will also be involved.
Dennis Rodman has developed a strange and controversial relationship with the North Korean dictator that has made many folks shake their heads in dismay. A video was recently released showing the former Chicago Bull singing Happy Birthday to Kim in a packed basketball arena full of eager spectators.