The film ends with the mushroom cloud that appeared on Sept. 9, 2004, which provoked several different explanations from both the Bush administration and from South Korea. The short "Decision and Perception": on the DVD explains how the fictional story, of a Seal behind enemy lines, could have triggered a small nuclear explosion to disarm the base; his apprehension would have created a national geopolitical crisis (although in 2004, North Korea wasn't on the radar screen the way Iraq and Al Qaeda were).
"Die Another Day" (2002), the twentieth Bond film, with Pierce Brosnan, showed Bond as having operated behind the scenes and getting captured in North Korea. I recall seeing this in Minneapolis.
The Fox DVD has copies of the film on both sides, with different extras.