North Korea: These Shoes Were Meant For Walking

North Korean female soldiers strutting their stuff in style / Credit: Reuters

North Korean female soldiers strutting their stuff in style / Credit: Reuters

While the G8 Summit unfolded today, Kim Jong-un thought of marketing a vampish war threat and released the above picture presumably pointing to the imminence of a catwalk war.

I sense some Soviet style in the hat, accessories seem fine enough, scornful look aside, but definitely capitalism standing tall in killer heels. Are they supposed to run in those or just open the ceremony???

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18 Responses to North Korea: These Shoes Were Meant For Walking

  1. Alastair says:

    The hats look daft as well. They looked plonked on. Especially the lead one

  2. andy1076 says:

    Wow I really hope they aren’t wearing those full time o.o

  3. DES Daughter says:

    Who knows, there might be a kind of secret weapon in the needle shoes… I am joking but also serious lol… remember the Hungarian umbrella ?

  4. One of them looks like she’s wearing flats. She’s probably the one you’d need to take out first.

    Still, if they can wear heels like that and still be deadly, makes you wonder how potent a fighting force they’d be without them.

  5. Maggie Thom says:

    An intersting ploy. If that’s all that the threat of war comes to, awesome…

  6. Wow – now these are remarkable uniforms! Makes me nervous…

  7. ledrakenoir says:

    ‘hahaha’ – these “N K” soldiers make me thing about – where’s James Bond… “lol”

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