Olympic dispatches from North Korea's state-run news agency have run dry over the past week-plus, possibly related to the fact that after a gangbuster opening weekend in weightlifting, the DPRK has gone mostly medal-less for the rest of the games.
If you've been following the Olympics from any outlet other than government mouthpiece KCNA, you have no idea what you're missing. Like North Korea's bronze medal in weightlifting. For all their continuing coverage of their four golds, there has not been one mention of the bronze. Third place is second loser.
The Democratic People's Republic of Korea, everybody's second-favorite Korea, hasn't won any new medals since we last checked in. But that hasn't stopped the state-run news agency from reporting breathlessly on their Olympic success.
Come with us on a magical journey through the Korean Central News Agency, the state-run news agency that is often the outside world's only glimpse into the goings-on in secretive North Korea. All's good in the DPRK today, according to stories like "North Koreans mad at South Korea," "Kim Jong Il's writings posted on…