The most severe punishment for the Squid Game series

Radio Free Asia last week published that is a series Squid Game reached North Korea on USB devices and SD cards. The student who smuggled the content convicted is to death by shooting.

According to reports it is about a student who bought a series and brought it to the country in which much is forbidden. Squid Game looked at five other students from North Korea, and for that they received a slightly milder punishment than the smugglers – after five years of hard forced labor. The administrators and director of the school the student attended were fired and expelled from the Workers’ Party, and could end up in mines in a remote part of the country.

The problem started when the convicted young man watched the series with his best friend from the ward, who talked about the content to other students, so they also wanted to watch the South Korean series. In North Korea before that wrote about the series, and was claimed to depict the negative aspects of freedom in South Korea. Still, watching the series is forbidden, as well as all other South Korean programs.

It is clear that freedom is a threat to any regime, so North Korea is In 2020, it passed a new law that provides for the death penalty for viewing, owning and distributing content from capitalist countries such as South Korea and the United States. It is an interesting rumor that he is one student managed to avoid punishment, as rich parents bribed the authorities with three thousand US dollars.

Another citizen is a few months ago sentenced to death for the same reason, since it is sold South Korean music and TV shows.

Source: Kotaku

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