By Evan Moore
Former Bulls forward Dennis Rodman has made another trip to North Korea.
The Hall of Famer flew into North Korea's capitol city, Pyongyang, this morning. Rodman is entering the communist country to visit Kim Jong-Un, the supreme leader of North Korea. Rodman told USA Today that the trip is more of a vacation, not a part of a diplomacy mission. He visited North Korea earlier this year with the Harlem Globetrotters.
Jong-Un is widely known for being an avid fan of the 1990's Bulls teams that Rodman played on.
Rodman played three seasons with the Chicago Bulls. He averaged 13 rebounds during his 14-year career.