Anthony Bourdain has been everywhere. Whether it's exploring local cuisine and culture amid the chaos of a Libyan war zone, or snorkeling in the blue waters of Sicily, the celebrity chef has basically seen it all.
There is, however, one place where the Parts Unknown host says he has no interest in visiting: North Korea. In a recent interview with TMZ, wherein the gossip publication found Bourdain at Los Angeles International Airport, the food icon explained that the secretive, rogue state wouldn't be a great setting for the show. "There's nothing they're gonna let you see in North Korea, it's a very unpleasant government," he said.
Although TMZ miss-phrased the initial question, asking Bourdain if he'd ever consider filming an episode of his old show, No Reservations, in North Korea, Bourdain made clear he had no interest in crossing into North Korean territory with his current CNN program: "Most of the population is starving, don't you think that'd be kind of bad taste?," he asked.