A Look At North Korea's Museum Of Obliterated American Planes

The Victorious Fatherland Liberation War Museum (yes, that's what it's actually called) in Pyongyang houses a wild assortment of obliterated American planes that were shot down during the Korean War. It's a creepy testament to the country's inability to do anything — like run a museum — normally. 

Keeping in line with the government's overwhelmingly nationalistic way of life, these war trophies are on display for the viewing public, in a pretty translucent — albeit successful — way to propagate a heavily anti-American attitude. Floating along nearby is the captured U.S. Navy ship, the USS Pueblo. The sheer size of these things is unreal — but you know what guys? You can keep them. Dennis Rodman, too. He's all yours.

Jeremy Glass is the Vice editor for Supercompressor and will, most likely, stick with South Korea if the opportunity to visit ever presents itself.