No overall topic, just more of the guys chilling and chatting away the night. PS: This is also an episode you should not listen to. Link to our new store. Link to our Facebook page.
What would SANK taste like if it was to be mashed up, fermented, and jammed into 40 bottles? Rocket Man Pale Ale, of course. A traditional back and forth show with three friends having a great night. PS: This is an episode you should not listen to. Link to our new store. Link to our[…]
Not only do the guys get back to shoot the Shanghai, but they explain what the past couple months have been like and where the podcast is going. Short version is we’re back and ready to read books, drink beer, and discuss the hell out of DPRK. Link to our new store. Link to[…]
Dallan rattles off some news and thoughts for 27 Sept 2017 Link to our new store. Link to our Facebook page.
The guy’s again interviewing possibly the last American family to have visited North Korea, except this time they have new adventures and opinions to share. Link to our new store. Link to our Facebook page.
The guy’s interview possibly the last American family to have visited North Korea. Listen in as the family describes why they’re going and what they think it will be like. This is the pre-travel interview. The next episode is the post-travel interview previously mentioned. Obviously, this interview took place prior to Otto being returned to[…]
The boys interview Scott Howe of the Friendship League. Link to our new store. Link to our Facebook page.
Dallan walks through the news of the day for May 3, 2017. Links from stories below. Please contact us by email at email@example.com or 709-969-7265 (call and leave a message or text). Trump Putin Story Hillary North Korea Closer to the source NK News
Kim Sung-Duk (Tony Kim) was recently detained by North Korean officials. In this podcast, Dallan shares his initial thoughts, initial information, and a call for action. SANK ARMY, it’s time to shine. Dig up all the information you can and share it with us through firstname.lastname@example.org or 709-969-7265. It will take a village to get[…]
Dear Leader, Kim Jong John, shares his thoughts on the latest crisis and digs a lot deeper than we have in the past. He asks the critical question… “What is this country worth to you? What are the people of NK worth to you?” (maybe not an exact quote). What is the solution in Korea?[…]
Spicer joins us to answer questions in his Spicey way. More conversation on where boats were said to be and where boats currently are not. One thing of note, that I didn’t mention in the podcast, was how Spicer throws in Mar-a-Lago visit with China as a key help in the process. Gotta show how[…]
Dallan riffs on the headlines of the day. Psyche! We don’t want to stick our carrier in your waters after all, and Trump may not know who runs the DPRK. Dallan for sure has some thoughts on that. You can share your opinion and be included in future news episodes by calling or texting 707-WOW-SANK[…]
One of the best things the guys ever decided to do was to read books focused on North Korea, and then bring the authors on the show. This podcast episode is the result of that brilliant decision. Author Robert S. Boynton joins the boys to have a wide-ranging discussion of The Invitation Only Zone as well[…]
True to their word, the boys read The Invitation-Only Zone: The True Story of North Korea’s Abduction Project, and bring their insights into this incredibly interesting historical event. You can buy the book on Amazon or Audible, or likely a thousand other places. BUY HERE The conversation is a little more straightforward than those in[…]
After their amazing introduction in Season 1, the boys of the top North Korean Podcast in the world return energized and ready to take on the steaming hot bullshit propaganda served up to the masses. In this episode, you’ll learn the goals and focus for Season 2 (I know, it’s amazing they have the ability to focus)[…]
John’s relative, Sam, joins us for an educational journey into the foundations of the Juche philosophy. Don’t worry, it’s philosophy as discussed by the boys of SANK, so you’re in good hands. We also reveal the winners of the previous weeks pin contest.
The boys pull it together long enough to read a truly interesting book, written about one woman’s solo vacation to North Korea and her humanizing yet frustrating experience with various handlers and government officials. They then (John actually) extend themselves and set up an interview with the author, Wendy Simmons. She was funny, gracious, and at all times honest[…]
We’ve come a long ways in these past few months and sometimes it’s good to recognize how damn awesome you are. We take that time today, and yes, we conclude we are awesome.
Cody and Dan complete their riveting tale of marathoning in North Korea and frankly we’re sad to see the conclusion of this particular conversation. Just wonderful guys all the way around. This conversation right here may have sealed the deal on our trip next year. Thanks guys!
More conversations with our favorite British female North Korea tour guide and what it’s like to tour DPRK. Greatest story Hannah shares with us? When a tourist broke a fairly significant rule and and Hannah had to use her super Koryo Tour skills to create peace between the parties. Editors notes: 1)Hannah is awesome. 2) You can find[…]
From just across the valley, Michael and Dallan visit with Hannah, a Koryo Tours guide of over 100 visits to North Korea. Not only does Hannah share what goes on in the Chinese basement bar of the main tourist hotel, but she actually held her wedding party in the DPRK. How many westerners do you think[…]
Joining Michael, John, and Dallan direct from Beijing China is Simon Cockerell… some would say, the western face of North Korea tourism. As general manager of Koryo Tours, Simon has made 150 trips to the DPRK. In fact, this was Simon’s first interview after that monumental achievement. For those of you wondering what a vacation[…]
Sometimes a good comparison brings a lot of clarity to the situation. Such is the subject matter of today’s conversation fest. Can you find similarities with the Fundamentalist Latter-Day Saints (polygamists) and the DPRK? Actually, I think we’d do a great job comparing a sponge to a long-board, so we’ve got this one nailed.
What does it mean when you visit a country vilified by your own? Does it mean you agree with their politics, does it mean you subscribe to their tactics, or does it mean something else? Join Michael, John, and Dallan as they sit for their first group debate. Who better to talk about happiness other than three[…]
Friends, have you watched PULGASARI? If you read this, and don’t watch it, we just don’t know that you can be our friends. Listen in as the friends not only discuss wonderful North Korean cinema, but hear them debate what prison life is purported to be like within the NK.
The Harriet Tubman projects in Chattanooga Tennessee are no longer around, but North Korea keeps on a rock’n. See how our two dear audio leaders come around to comparing these two historical sites… and the conclusions will blow you away… especially #6.
And with that, our quest to vacation in glorious North Korea begins. Join us for not only discussions and news about NK, but hear from others that think we’re idiots for even considering this. Edited and curated for maximum listening pleasure, enjoy Super Awesome North Korea!