Workers in North Korea are given drugs to speed up the construction process so that the project is completed before the season changes.
We all have got targets in our lives. They may be daily, weekly or monthly targets. And we all are human beings who perhaps have to get tired after a specific period of time. And what do we do to keep ourselves up and keep going? Coffee? Wash our face?
In the case of a student, good results can drive you while in the case of a worker, money can push you.
But what if people ask you to start feeding yourselves with drugs?
The project consists of a 70-floor skyscraper and more than 60 apartment blocks.
It is a methamphatamine-based drug, given in the hope that it will speed up the construction project.
When sorted or inhaled, it gives you increased energy levels and a suppressed appetite.
It is a Class A drug in the UK, so it is illegal to have for yourself, give away or sell. Possessing or supplying can get you up to the prison and an unlimited fine.
North Korea has been producing methamphetamine to increase its funds since the 1970s.
As the production and sale of opium declined in the early 2000s, methamphetamine became even more widespread.
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