Absolutely hilarious piece...
Incidentally, I cannot help noticing that "Korean Central News Agency" has a Japanese domain suffix... This is what Wikipedia has to say about Internet in North Korea:
"North Korea's first Internet café opened in 2002 as a joint venture with South Korean internet company Hoonnet. It is connected via a line to China. Foreign visitors can link their computers to the Internet through international phone lines available in a few hotels in Pyongyang. In 2005 a new internet café opened in Pyongyang, connected not through China, but through the North Korean satellite link. Content is most likely filtered by North Korean government agencies. In 2003 a joint venture called KCC Europe between businessman Jan Holterman in Berlin and the North Korean government brought the commercial Internet to North Korea. The connection is established through a satellite link from North Korea to servers located in Germany. This link ended the need to dial ISPs in China.
KCC Europe is attempting to regulate the .kp country code top-level domain (ccTLD); as of 2008[update] its site (kcce.kp) and Naenara (naenara.kp) are the only known to be active in the .kp domain. Its IP address resolves not to Asia but to servers at Internet Provider Berlin (ipberlin.com) in the German capital."