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NutLoose
22nd Aug 2016, 15:31
And they have a catchy name for it...

Manbang :eek::E:E

North Korea 'Netflix' device unveiled - BBC News (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-37154456)


I wonder who thought that one up.

Lonewolf_50
22nd Aug 2016, 17:04
Manbang :eek::E:E

North Korea 'Netflix' device unveiled - BBC News (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-37154456)
I wonder who thought that one up. Probably someone who speaks Korean. It might be worth looking up what the Korean word is, and what it means, that is the name for this device. For some reason, I doubt that the folks in North Korea give a rat's behind what that word sounds like in English. :cool:

West Coast
22nd Aug 2016, 17:46
John, you getting a cut of the proceeds?

blue up
22nd Aug 2016, 17:54
Means "Everywhere" in Korean, so I'm told.

Cazalet33
22nd Aug 2016, 18:48
A set-top box offering video-on-demand services has been unveiled by the state broadcaster KCTV in North Korea, according to local reports.

Are they planning to levy a TV Licence fee of 145.50 to access their version of iPlayer?

Or is that fee only for people in the "free" world?

Lonewolf_50
23rd Aug 2016, 13:44
Caz:
In North Korea, the net flix you.