pyongyang - How wary severe North Korean regime is also trying to avoid the decadent West, unmistakable influence creeps in. Where once walked a management secretary in the workplace, there now is the 'boss' over. Every citizen of the Stalinist country knows and uses the word.
Since Kim Jong- Il, the father of the current great leader Kim Jong-un, the door of the country put ajar for trading with companies from capitalist states, foreign words drip language within. 'Company' is all about Korean commonplace in a country where private companies are taboo. Officially words like boss and company banned, but also unstoppable in advance, so discovered the British newspaper The Guardian.
From the first trading with the West needed North Korean companies participated. And so went the ABC Factory and the 123- Enterprise on the international market. The ABC Factory is known today as modern capitalist vocabulary The ABC Trading Company.