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9 Weird Laws In North Korea That Will Stop You From Visiting The Infamous Country

9 Weird Laws In North Korea That Will Stop You From Visiting The Infamous Country
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North Korea is typically a strange country for most of us. You would not see them in international conferences, or in policy development bodies like the United Nations, Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, and the likes, but we cannot just discredit their existence in this planet, as they have established their identity, character and state for a long time. 

But then, let's accept the fact that we lack knowledge about how their country works, and what their government is doing for the people. From Kim Il-Sung to his descendants, their culture, customs and 'laws', there's still more homework any interested party must do to fully understand them. 

Right now, there are some facts about North Korea we can share to you for the love of knowledge. They may sound odd to you but I know that everything will be alright. Ready? Let's go!

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1. Bibles are prohibited in North Korea.

1. Bibles are prohibited in North Korea.

You've read it right! Why? Bibles came from the Romans, and Romans are Westerns. Bible, to synthesize the thought symbolizes an alien culture that is un-North Korean in principle. When authorities see you and your family own this at a home in Pyongyang or somewhere within the state, prepare to face prison bars, or worse, death.

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2. Only 28 Hairstyles are allowed, like seriously?

2. Only 28 Hairstyles are allowed, like seriously?
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To be more exact, 18 hairstyles for females and 10 hairstyles for men are only approved.

Apparently, Kim Jong-Un's hairstyle is excluded in the list.

Apparently, Kim Jong-Un's hairstyle is excluded in the list.
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Well, channeling the North Korean God's spirit animal, it's valid that Gods must have everything better than his followers, right? 

Pyongyang is for loyalists and solid elite allies.

Pyongyang is for loyalists and solid elite allies.
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You must seek permission from the government, that's for one. Because they will evaluate your loyalty, and will position you to the vicinity your loyalty deserves. 

That's why, if you would look at these slums and humble abodes...

That's why, if you would look at these slums and humble abodes...

Rebels and those from poor families are seen. Kidding. But it's valid for most of the time. 

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North Korea has the 'fakest' elections ever.

North Korea has the 'fakest' elections ever.
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If there's such a word. Because, if you would analyze the rationale of the act, why would you have an election if you'll have a 'God' under maximum control, who will lead the country for his lifetime? 

Democracy, eh?

Democracy, eh?
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Especially when the choices are "Long live Kim Jong-Un" and "lifetime torture to death." I am sorry if I am wrong here!

Television networks are too boring.

Television networks are too boring.
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In the state, only 3 channels are available for its people. It's sad to know because they don't have Nickelodeon, Disney Channel, HBO, Star Movies, ESPN and the likes.

Imprisonment is extended, like extended families.

Imprisonment is extended, like extended families.
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Once you incur crime, especially when that's about opposing the government, prepare for your family, your grand parents, your nephews and nieces, your sons and daughters to suffer the same consequences. That's for sure!

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