Former North Korean leader Kim Jong Il isn’t immune to a bit of satirical humor in Battlefield 4’s just-released DLC, Battlefield 4: Dragon’s Teeth.
The reference can be spotted on the base of Kim Jong Il’s statue in Propaganda, a map set in North Korea. The writing is in Korean, of course, but its translation is awfully similar to a verse sung by the former North Korean leader in a scene from the satirical comedy Team America: World Police.
Battlefield YouTube personalities LachlanCotter and JackFrags got the translation:
HAHA The translation in front of the statue is a verse from the “So Lonely” song from Team America @tiggr_ @tompens pic.twitter.com/vG7NzH5G5R
— JackFrags (@jackfrags) July 15, 2014
Here’s the scene in Team America: World Police with Kim Jong Il, played by Trey Parker, singing those words. Obviously, NSFW due to language.
Battlefield 4: Dragon’s Teeth is currently rolling out on all platforms for all Battlefield 4 Premium members and will be making its way to non-Premium members on July 29 for $14.99.