The official website of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea may not be the most-visited sites on the internet — but they might at least put enough effort in to get their former leader’s name right.
On the page featuring biographies of recently-deceased dictator Kim Jong Il and his father Kim Il Sung, both have been christened Kim Il Sung. But while the poor web editor is carted off for some, erm, re-education, we can at least click through to learn about how their former leader:
“… worked out powerful ideological and theoretical weapon for the Korean revolution by giving scientific and theoretical answers to the ideological problems arising in the revolution and construction.”
Answers on a postcard, please.