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18 Mind-blowing Facts About North Korea Which Will Shock You.

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S o much about North Korea is unknown, their nuclear program, the extent of their social industry and recently, UN imposed sanctions on North Korea on some issues. Kim Jong-un, the present leader of North Korea killed his own uncle to dictate his terms. If you have no idea of North Korea, North Korea will surprise you immensely. You can' t click the photographs which are depicting the poverty of North Korea or even any soldier(even if the face of any soldier is not showing). Photographer, Eric Lafforgue was banned from the rogue state when he clicked certain pictures, like the ones where child labour was practiced or if anyone is suffering with malnutrition. You must also read, 21 Amazing Facts about China. Fact sources- 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17.

1. It's illegal to capture the pictures of poor people in North Korea as it reveals that some people are poor there.

1. It's illegal to capture the pictures of poor people in North Korea as it reveals that some people are poor there.

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2. Cars can be only owned by Military and Government officials.

2. Cars can be only owned by Military and Government officials.
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3. Archaeologists from North Korea believe that they have discovered a Lair of Unicorn which their 2,000 year old king once rode.

3. Archaeologists from North Korea believe that they have discovered a Lair of Unicorn which their  2,000 year old king once rode.
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4. World's largest stadium is Rungrado 1st of May Stadium in Pyongyang, North Korea. It can hold upto 1,50,000 people.

4. World's largest stadium is Rungrado 1st of May Stadium in Pyongyang, North Korea. It can hold upto 1,50,000 people.
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5. Kjong-dong is a model city built to attract South Koreans to North Korea and no one lives there.

5. Kjong-dong is a model city built to attract South Koreans to North Korea and no one lives there.
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6. North Korea's space program is called NADA.

6. North Korea's space program is called NADA.
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7. If you are caught reading bible or watching porn, you will be punished with death penalty.

7. If you are caught reading bible or watching porn, you will be punished with death penalty.
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8. Kim Jong-Un killed his own uncle and his family, finishing off his bloodline.

8. Kim Jong-Un killed his own uncle and his family, finishing off his bloodline.
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9. North Korea captivated one U.S Navy Ship Captive. It has been under their control since 1968.

9. North Korea captivated one U.S  Navy Ship Captive. It has been under their control since 1968.
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10. Marijuana is legal in North Korea and it's not even a drug.

10. Marijuana is legal in North Korea and it's not even a drug.
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11. North Korea watched the world cup by delay of 24 hours.

11. North Korea watched the world cup by delay of 24 hours.
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12. In past 60 years, 23000 North Koreans have been defected to South Korea and only two people were defected to North Korea.

12. In past 60 years, 23000 North Koreans have been defected to South Korea and only two people were defected to North Korea.
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13. 28 Sanctioned hair cut designs you can choose if you are a woman.

13. 28 Sanctioned hair cut designs you can choose if you are a woman.
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14. North Korea has a class system with 51 divisions. There are three major castes as tomatoes, apples, and grapes.

14. North Korea has a class system with 51 divisions. There are three major castes   as tomatoes, apples, and grapes.
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15. Wearing Denim Jeans is illegal in North Korea as Denim represents America.

15. Wearing Denim Jeans is illegal in North Korea as Denim represents America.
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16. North Korea consider themselves as Juche and not communist.

16. North Korea consider themselves as Juche and not communist.
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17. The 148-mile-long border between North and South Korea is the most heavily militarized in the world

17. The 148-mile-long border between North and South Korea is the most heavily militarized in the world
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18. An estimated 200,000 people in North Korea are held in secret camps for political prisoners. The marked areas show the prisons.

18.  An estimated 200,000 people in North Korea are held in secret camps for political prisoners. The marked areas show the prisons.
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There are many things yet unknown about North Korea which one might have to discover. Feel free to share.

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