While all seems to be going well in the Korean peninsula, with North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in recently making history by stepping over each other’s side of the border earlier this month, Pyongyang announced it now welcomes American businesses, specifying McDonald’s.
Nextshark reports that the invitation comes straight from the inter-Korean summit held on April 27, where the two Koreas discussed and adopted the Panmunjom Declaration.
The report added that in a statement, Pyongyang will begin to welcome investments from America, and that they “wish to attract McDonald’s and President Trump-affiliated companies. We hope America views us as a normal country.”
The Partridge Family theme song ? Really ?? you couldn’t find anything better ? LOL If we give North Korea a McDonalds , they’ll surely want to go back to bombing the US again. lmao
— kevin mark bauer (@chefykins1) May 2, 2018
this sound like similar scam Russia use in ’91
McDonalds on streets of North Korea: Kim Jong-un wants USA to invest in Pyongyang https://t.co/BeSMzVv5q8
— Ming Nethery (@MingGao26) May 2, 2018
Rumour has it that Kim Jung Un wants a McDonalds in North Korea. I guess seeing the real progress of South Korea made him realize it’s stupid to go against real prosperity. pic.twitter.com/Xo3kSNZ3U7
— Jerome Graves (@jeromegravesbm1) May 1, 2018
What do you make of this?
But just as easily as people speculate in the positive, there are also those who do the contrary; with The Political Insider saying that a North Korean McDonald’s is ‘unlikely.’