I've seen several stories now about the "mix-up" at the Olympics that led to the North Korean Women's soccer club being introduced while the South Korean flag was displayed in a video package.
First, let's just say that either the person who put the video package together for the Olympics is mind-boggingly ignorant about the countries they're dealing with, or they did this on purpose.
Second, well, just look:
When asked if he thought it was an accident, North Korea coach Sin Ui-gun was not so sure and said he would ask the organisers the same question.
"We were angry because our players were introduced as if they were from South Korea, which may affect us greatly as you may know," he said.
"Our team was not going to participate unless the problem was solved perfectly and fortunately some time later, the broadcasting was corrected and shown again live so we made up our mind to participate and go on with the match," he added.
"If this matter cannot be solved, we thought going on was nonsense. Winning the game cannot compensate for that thing."
Talk about melodramatic reactions!