It really doesn't take a lot to piss off the Glorious Leader these days, as Seth Rogen and James Franco can tell you. Now Kim Jong Un is back at it again: according to the Chosun Ilbo, a newspaper that reports on the secretive Asian nation, North Korea's head of state is unhappy with China over their ambivalence towards removing a meme video that shows Kim's head super-imposed on a variety of meme videos.

The video has apparently taken off on the Chinese side of the Internet, and the YouTube upload over here has over 1.7 million views. We're wondering how many of those views are from people that just want to hear the really catchy Chinese pop song that soundtracks it.

Regardless, North Korea wants the video taken down because it "seriously compromises Kim's dignity and authority." While that may be true, we feel that complaining about it is only going to get more people to watch it. China, for their part, simply can't be bothered: the Chosun Ilbo is reporting that "Beijing was unable to oblige."