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Juche - How to Live Well the North Korean Way

Oliver Grant



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Bantam Press
03 November 2020
If The Little Red Book met The Little Book of Hygge ... this hilarious book brilliantly satirises national lifestyle trends, taking the guiding principal of North Korean communism as its subject.

'Game changing. Juche is to shape the cultural zeitgeist just as The Little Book of Hygge did.' Fern Brady 'A book to bring shame upon our depraved morals and our wilted-spinach governments.' Ivo Graham How did North Korea become the envy of the Western world? The answer lies in the wisdom of Juche.

Conceived for the people, by the people, Juche is the guiding philosophy of North Korean culture. It is the bedrock on which the communist revolution has been built. Simply translated, Juche is the art of self-sufficiency; empowering the nation and its comrades to thrive off the resources within themselves.

In this ground-breaking lifestyle guide, readers will be shown the pitfalls of western society and the wonders of Juche. These pages contain the secret to a healthier and happier society. Readers will be taught why sleeping under your desk yields a better work-life balance, why food rationing promotes a greater generosity of spirit, how sealed borders and no-fly-zones prevent the agony of long-distance relationships, and why pensions prevent people from living in the moment.

Written by the Global Juche Ambassador (Comrade Hyun-Gi), Juche is a wakeup call to the western world, inviting us to change our way of living so we can march in happy unison with our socialist allies.
By:   Oliver Grant
Imprint:   Bantam Press
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 198mm,  Width: 127mm, 
ISBN:   9781787634671
ISBN 10:   1787634671
Pages:   144
Publication Date:   03 November 2020
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Oli was born in 1993. After graduating from The University of Bristol with a degree in English Literature and Drama, he got a job in publishing, which he is yet to be fired from. He hopes to be married with children one day.

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