Anyone caught watching foreign movies faces 15 years in prison – DPRK

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Under a new law introduced by DPRK ( The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea), anyone caught watching foreign movies faces 15 years in prison.And owning large amounts of foreign media is punishable by death,

BBC reports with sources from The Daily NK, an online publication in Seoul.

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The ban follows DPRK leader Kim Jong Un’s call for a crackdown on “unsavory, individualistic,
anti-socialist behavior” in young people, including the “dangerous poisons” of foreign speech, hairstyles, and clothes

 

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