Kim is displeased, which generally means that someone will pay. As you may know, the country has its own version of "the internet", which is accessible only within the country - apart from its propaganda website, which is available internationally. Well, that's usually the case:
Someone in North Korea is in a lot of trouble.
On Monday at around 10 p.m. Pacific time, North Korea's nameserver – that contains information about all of the ".kp" websites – was misconfigured, allowing it to be accessed. This meant Matthew Bryant, a researcher, was able to access the domain names and some of the file data about the site.
Bryant dumped all of this on Github – a site that hosts computer code. It's the first real look into the secret online world of the hermit state North Korea.
It turns out that Best Korea's "internet" is pretty darned limited. Which comes as no surprise; so is food supply.