• Kim Jong Un calls K-Pop a ‘Vicious Cancer,' Calls for Fans to Receive Hard Labor or Death

    11 days ago - By Mediaite

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    North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un is cracking down on the popular music emanating from South Korea known as K-pop.
    As a result, according to documents smuggled out of the country by South Korea's Daily NK and translated for Western media by The New York Times' Choe Sang-Hun, the country passed a law in December to impose five to 15 years of hard labor on citizens convicted of watching or possessing South Korean entertainment. The law imposes up to two years of hard labor on those who “speak, write or sing in South Korean style,” and authorizes the death penalty for...
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