Kim Jong-Un Regime Media Reminds North Korean Youth Not to Use South Korean Slang

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un speaks during the ruling party congress in Pyongyang, North Korea Thursday, January 7, 2021. Kim has reviewed relations with rival South Korea and underlined the need to drastically improve his relations with the outside world. (Source: KCNA via AP)

PYONGYANG, KOMPAS.TV – North Korean leader Kim Jong-un banned the use of the language slang South Korea for North Korean youth.

The warning was expressed by North Korea’s official newspaper, Rodong Sinmun

The media also warned about the ban on adopting South Korean lifestyles, haircuts and music.

The newspaper also warned that violators could be subject to imprisonment and even the death penalty.

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What was revealed by Rodong Sinmun is the application of a new law aimed at eliminating foreign influence with penalties.

“The ideological and cultural penetration under the bourgeois colored board is even more dangerous than an armed enemy,” the article reads. BBC.



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