I went to it, Rodman was there along with his manager and some doctor that had visited North Korea a bunch of times. They talked about how they could see North Korea improving based off things like better hotels and buildings being built, and supermarkets having a greater variety of food. In my view, this doesn't show progress for anyone but the upperclass citizens of North Korea and even further shows how corrupt Kim Jong Un is when his people are starving and he's devoting resources to building hotels and improving supermarkets 99% of the population cannot afford to shop at. It really seemed like they thought Kim Jong Un was good for North Korea though, and they repeatedly said that he was genuinely trying to improve the country;bI personally wholeheartedly disagree with. Who knows though, they've seen stuff none of us will ever see so maybe it is simply that I cannot understand their perspective. Overall it was an interesting brief even though I personally didn't agree with what was being said.