Human rights groups are fighting Kim Jong Un's regime with South Korean dramas and dubbed copies of the hit US show Friends.
The government of the Hermit Kingdom promised to shoot down any balloons that are launched over the border from South Korea and called activists behind the stunt "a group of hooligans more dead than alive."
VICE News looked on as clandestine fighters for a 'Free North Korea' sent hydrogen balloons with a provocative payload over the border.
The battle to get the movie into North Korea isn’t over.
Local media reported that authorities began seizing the pirated DVDs after a meeting with officials and an order from the North Korean embassy.
The Hermit Kingdom maintains it did not stage the studio attack, claims sanctions show America's "inveterate repugnancy and hostility" toward the country.
The sanctions, which President Barack Obama announced Friday, were an “appropriate” consequence of North Korea’s aggression, South Korea said today.
Former North Korean Poet Laureate Says 'The Interview' Is As Explosive As a Real Bomb Being Dropped on Kim Jong-un
A prominent North Korean defector tells VICE News that 'The Interview' could teach North Koreans to laugh at Kim Jong-un — an effect "more powerful than a nuclear weapon."