20 people who watched and disseminated impure recordings in Sariwonseo were referred to public trial

CD, USB, SD card. /Photo = Daily NK

About 20 people who watched or distributed impure recordings in Sariwon, North Hwanghae Province, North Korea, were reported to have undergone a public trial.

According to Daily NK North Korean sources on the 30th, on the 13th, about 20 people who watched, listened to, distributed, or sold Korean movies, dramas and songs at the Sariwonsi Stadium were put to public trial.

It is said that among the 20 or so people handed over to the public trial, two students from Sariwon Technical College, five students from Gyeungsang Sariwon Agricultural College, four students from Rigyesun Sariwon 1st Normal University were university students and two high school middle school students.

This public trial was held for 2 hours from 10 am to 12 pm on the same day, and it is known that college students and high school students from Sariwon Xi’an (our high school) participated in the trial.

The trial host first found out by law enforcement agencies that they entered illegal and decadent Korean movies and music on their laptops and cell phones, even though the party was given policies and instructions to fight intensively against anti-socialism and anti-socialism. stated that it was

In particular, in this trial, the students of Sariwon Institute of Technology in question, even though they already had a history of being punished by law, once again copied hundreds of impure recordings on USB and SD cards and distributed and sold them in the market, and focused on them. do.

In fact, the students of Sariwon Institute of Technology who were handed over to this trial illegally copied Korean movies, dramas, and music compilations (music videos) to USB and SD cards for the past two years under the pretext of raising tuition, and had teenagers get teenagers to visit Daegungmadang and Gucheon. It is said that it was investigated that it was distributed and sold in markets such as Jangmadang.

In the end, the students of Sariwon Institute of Technology were sentenced to 15 years of correctional labor for distribution and sale of impure recordings according to the Reactionary Ideology and Culture Rejection Act. He was reported to have been sentenced to death.

In this regard, North Korea enacted the Reactionary Ideology and Culture Rejection Act in December 2020 and enacted the “South Korean (South Korean) film, recording, compilation, book, song, painting, or photo, etc. A person who imports or distributes paintings, photographs, and designs, etc., shall be punished by reform through labor from 5 to 15 years, depending on the norm.”

Meanwhile, the source said that the trial ended with the threat that if caught watching or distributing impure recordings while deceiving organizations and groups among young people, they would face legal punishment that could never be revived, regardless of the reason.

A source said, “As the government continues to issue orders not to undermine the struggle against anti-socialism and non-socialism, the crackdown on external culture such as South Korean films and music is expected to be strengthened.” “From last week, Sariwon The intensive censorship of the 82nd Joint Command (Anti-Socialist and Non-Socialist Joint Command) has begun on city educational institutions,” he said.


Source: DailyNK by www.dailynk.com.

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