North Korea is an ill famed country. The forced laws of the dictator had turned the country into a suffering place for the public. Moreover, there is prohibition on almost everything that is for the amusement. Hence, today we will aware you about the 10 day to day things that are banned in North Korea.
1. Practicing Religion
According to the North Korean law, everyone has the religious freedom. However, it is intolerance for the dictator if he sees someone practicing his religion. Furthermore, 80 Christians were publicly executed in 2013 because they had Bible.
A long drive can bust your stress away for sure. Somehow, North Korean cannot use this way to cross over their stress because they cannot drive freely in the country. To conclude there are very few cars.
3. Drinking Alcohol
They can drink only on some special occasions. Pursuing this further, a military officer was executed for drinking during a 100 day mourning period.
4. No International Calls
Call it for safety purpose or the egoist purpose; the international calls are banned in the country. Moreover, an international call brought death penalty in 2013.
5. Restrictions On TV
The public cannot watch TV for the entertainment purpose, in the recent years 2 men were executed for watching South Korean TV channels.
6. Leaving Country
They cannot leave the country, even for a trip. It is against the law to leave the country. Hence there is death penalty for it.
7. Western Music
It is illegal in North Korea to listen to western music as they do not glorify the regime. Moreover, you cannot play “Rap God” there as they will execute you.
No doubt, North Korea has banned pornography. According to reports, Kim Jong executed his ex girlfriend for taking part in a pornographic video. Undoubtedly, Mia Khalifa is a stranger for the North Koreans.
9. Going Online
It is illegal in North Korea to go online worldwide. The internet portal provides interstate connection not the world wide.
10. Having Negative Prejudice About Government
This is the worst thing, they are leaving no opportunity to turn the life of the public into hell, and the public cannot consider them bad.
Whereas if you look into South Korea it is exactly opposite. You can check the differences here. For more illustrative differences these images will give you best idea. Which one is the most shocking to you? Share your thoughts.