Much has been said about the huge divide that exists between the harsh conditions facing many North Korean citizens, and the opulence in which their leaders live. Even so, this recent GQ profile of Kenji Fujimoto, who worked for many years as Kim Jong-il’s official chef, is eye-opening. It’s a disturbing yet fascinating story of tyranny, debauchery, political intrigue and corruption, broken relationships, treason… and sushi.
ELSEWHERE: Meet The “Dear Leader’s” Favorite Sushi Chef
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