A Kim Jong Un impersonator arrived at the Korea-Japan hockey game on Wednesday, waved hello to the North Korean cheerleaders, starting waving a flag, and then was hustled out to the concourse and briefly detained.
It was the same man who made a scene at the Opening Ceremony when he appeared with a Donald Trump lookalike. On this Valentine’s Day, he showed up alone.
He gave his name as “Howard.” He said he is from Australia and lives in Hong Kong. He is not Korean, nor does he speak Korean. He told Yahoo Sports his goal was “Enjoy the game, meet the cheerleaders, which I did, and create some good political satire.”