Nonprofit: North Korea orchestra coming to US
An Atlanta-based nonprofit is planning to bring North Korea's national orchestra to the U.S. for a tour that would start in Atlanta, according to the group's president.
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#1 Mar 22, 2012
Yeah, because they know John Lennon will be bigger than ever in 2012!. John and his American born love child daughter who could be inheriting many millions or a billion dollars! North Korea is making nice nice and opening their door for tourism. Shortly after the Chinese Vice President left the white house North Korea was anxious for friendliness with the US. Why? The above is the answer. John Lennon is a world wide icon and his influence is felt in all countries around the world. Drop this truth and tourism will flourish. That mean countries will make alot of money on this. North Korea wants to be considered.
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