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Kim Jong-un: K-pop is a ‘vicious cancer’ that merits work camp, execution

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New York Times first reported Friday. These were then made public by South Korean legislators. The newly slimmed-down DPRK despot had dubbed the Southern cultural imports a “vicious cancer” corrupting North Korean youths’ “attire, hairstyles, speeches, behaviors” à la the dancing in the ’80s movie “Footloose” — but with a much darker bent.In an apparent bid to launch his own brand of cancel culture, Kim introduced news laws in December stipulating that anyone caught watching or possessing South Korean content could be sentenced to up to 15 years hard labor.

The previous maximum punishment for fans of popular acts such as BTS was five years.If that wasn’t harsh enough, K-pop smugglers could even face execution while those caught singing,.

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