[Ed. – Maybe Obama could make his mark by persuading Kim to try Dijon mustard on his burgers.]
As Kim Jong-un lifts the veil on his secretive regime and vows to shut down his nuclear test site, it has now emerged his regime is eager for former enemy the US to invest in North Korea and expand its economy.
Chung In Moon, special adviser to President Moon Jae-in, suggested American fast food giant McDonalds could even set up outlets in Pyongyang as tensions between North Korea and the West thaw.
He said: “They want American investment.”
“They want American investment coming to North Korea.
“They welcome American sponsors and multilateral consortiums coming into North Korea.”
He added building a Trump Tower might be a possibility for future “modern” North Korea.
His comments come after the historic moment that North Korean Kim Jong-un stepped into the South with Moon and exchanged a landmark handshake.