North Korea, officially the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, is a country in East Asia constituting the northern part of the Korean Peninsula. It is not easy to be a citizen of this country. Life is very disciple here.

Get ready to be shocked, Check out the Top 3 Everyday Activities Which Are Illegal In North Korea. 


1. International Phone Calls

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You won’t believe this by the punishment for talking to the outside world in North Korea is death. Several people have already been executed for trying to contact their relatives in South Korea.

2. Driving

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People aren’t allowed to move freely around the country. In fact, there is less than 1 car per 1000 people.

3. Using the Internet

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People can only access state sponsored websites. Attempting to circumnavigate the firewall will…well, you know the deal.

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Do You Know?

North Korea follows a “three generations of punishment” rule, meaning that if one person violated the law or sent to prison, their children, parents and grandparents are sent to work with them.


 

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