Could the prospect of a Big Mac be all it takes to convince Kim Jong-un to curtail his nuclear ambitions?
North Korean officials said the isolated regime wants to modernise its economy and become a 'normal country' during a dinner that followed the recent historic summit between Kim and South Korean president Moon Jae-in.
Chung-in Moon, a special adviser to president Moon who attended the dinner in April, recently revealed that North Korea wants American investments to deliver a boost to the nation's economy.
US companies establishing operations in Pyongchang would also provide a guarantee to North Korea's security.
the daily mail