TONG CHANG-RI, North Korea - The regime of Kim Jong Un defiantly fired off one of their missiles and the one stage rocket malfunctioned landing in The Yum Yum Shopping Mall in the capital city of Pyongyang.
A spokesperson for the North Korean government, identified as Chung Duck Ho, 53, told the world news media that there were no injuries due to the fact that the mall was closed in honor of National Rice Day.
He stressed that the damage to the mall probably amounted to less than $700 [U.S.].
However, Ireland's The Irish Eyes News Agency reported that the damage done to the mall by the missile, dubbed The KJU Grand Liberator, named after Kim Kong Un amounted to over $1.7 million.
The United Nation's Security Council condemned North Korea's nuclear program and the launching of the missile. It has issued a formal statement which states that North Korea will be fined $117,000 for it's unsafe actions.
Meanwhile the Chinese Foreign Minister Kong Hong Liebowitz sternly stated in no uncertain terms that if North Korea launches another missile, the entire world will place an embargo on all North Korean products including KIA cars, men's suits, women's cosmetics, and chopsticks.
[CREDITS: Thanks to Chin Chin Yang and Moon Sun Young for helping to translate the story from Korean to English. Also thanks to the astoundingly beautiful Min Soo Ping Pong for the use of her brand new 2013 KIA Sentra, and an appreciative nod to the lovely lass Colleen Corkincannon with The Irish Eyes News Agency of Ireland for providing the mall information.]