|cognitivedissonance - 2009-09-05 |
THIS PRODUCT EXISTS IN SOME FORM SOMEWHERE.
|revdrew - 2009-09-05 |
Check out this guy's channel.
|chumbucket - 2009-09-05 |
welcome! to the cavalcade of herbs and spices!
|StanleyPain - 2009-09-05 |
Do Asians really need to be sold on Ginseng at this point?
Especially in NK. Can't the Great Leader just force people to buy this shit? The idea of communist commercials is very, very odd to me.
|MovieCritic - 2009-09-05 |
Rising like the glorious root arch angel, Ginsing soars above the squalor of this world!
|mouser - 2009-09-05 |
Anyone else thought of Brazil?
|The Townleybomb - 2009-09-05 |
I do have to admit that 42 kae is a lot more than 14 kae.
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2009-09-06 |
Fun fact: During the Revolution, Ginseng was the first traditional herb to defend the North Korean army by uprooting itself and spawning more soldiers out of its magical roots, which to this day heal sick soldiers. Ginseng then went on to carry the flag. It was shot several times by imperialist swine before sending its roots to expand and form a giant wall along the Northern border, which to this day protects the good people from the capitalist swine that want to shoot at them. Ginseng should be worshiped as the most patriotic plant on earth at exactly 7PM to 7:04PM each night before the lights go out at scheduled power outages which can be anywhere between 6PM and 11PM. All hail Ginseng, power root of Kim Il Song and leader of the great Vegetable Rebellion!
|Ersatz - 2009-09-06 |
|memedumpster - 2009-09-06 |
Is American totalitarianism getting your desire to make new babies for the Godking down? Fear not, Comrades, eat Ginseng, it's the food that makes the nation strong!
|The God of Biscuits - 2012-11-01 |
I'm confused, are they marketing a spice? What's next, an infomercial for garlic powder?
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