Good news, Norks! You can finally enjoy quality state-approved entertainment through a new on-demand video service that’s just like Netflix, Roku or Apple TV. The name of this technological marvel?
It’s called “Manbang,” which translates to “everywhere”:
Heh. North Korea's Netflix copycat is called "Manbang." https://t.co/4dX5dNCg2w
— Brian Brushwood (@shwood) August 20, 2016
North Korea's on-demand video service is called "Manbang,” which translates to “everywhere." Really.
— Alex Howard (@digiphile) August 20, 2016
Kim Jong Un making 'authoritarian-style Netflix' for North Korea called 'Manbang' https://t.co/AgI8XzIb6G
— The Independent (@Independent) August 21, 2016
North Korea establishes on-demand video service for those with access to state-run Internet. https://t.co/cOaqlEzTIM pic.twitter.com/mtt7u5xvjD
— Ajit Pai (@AjitPaiFCC) August 20, 2016
Venture capitalist Marc Andreessen is all set to invest:
I would love to invest in Manbang. https://t.co/EOvPc1BiCi
— Marc Andreessen (@pmarca) August 20, 2016
And, of course, this has to be the company’s slogan:
Once you sign up, you can 'Manbang and chill'. #NorthKorea https://t.co/BZt64FmAlc
— Neeraj Singhal (@neerajwho) August 21, 2016
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