PyongSu Rx advertisement

From YouTube:


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According to the video description:

This was PyongSu’s introduction to donor organisations and individuals that have been purchasing pharmaceuticals abroad and shipped them to North Korea. PyongSu’s promotional presentation explained to them why they should place their orders with PyongSu rather than with pharmaceutical companies abroad.

As PyongSu had no budget to mandate a professional advertising company with the task its managing director Felix Abt made the concept, the script and produced it in-house towards the end of 2005, with the help of North Korean IT and designing students and their Canadian trainer Ian Lee as well as teacher Michael P. Spavor, then giving language courses in Pyongyang, who was the “voice” in this clip. Thus, this unique advertising clip was made in its entirety in Pyongyang (and by people who are not advertising professionals). Check it out and add your comment!

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3 Responses to “PyongSu Rx advertisement”

  1. Neil Robinson. says:

    I wonder if i will ever get a comment published on here…..after reading the page every day for i dont know how long ?

  2. NKeconWatch says:

    Even though it does not add anthing to our knowledge of PyongSu or Rx in the DPRK, I thouhgt I would let this comment through. Happy Tuesday 🙂

  3. Neil Robinson. says:

    yay thanks…