We have to be very glad that we are living in a country like India where there are rules which nobody follows and than there is North Korea with some bizzare rules which you got to follow and there is no escaping. Try breaking the rule you could be sent to the labor camp or even executed.
There are just three government proposed channels in North Korea and what you see in these channels are also decided by the government itself.You cant flip through the channels for a very long time you just have three.
Yes you heard it right North Korean citizens just have 28 government proposed hairstyles . 10 for men and 18 for men. Don’t even thing of growing your hair or trying the spikes you may be sent to jail for that.These are the Government proposed hairstyles.
Only the loyal members of the government are given the access to live in the capital city Pyongyang. You need to get the state permission to live here.
You cannot escape from voting here.Every citizen here must vote if not JAIL. Apparently North Korea has 100% voting and the 100% of the votes go to a single person,You know what i mean.
Bibles have been banned from North Korea to control the religion.The government believes that if people believe in higher power that they might start revolting.If you are found with a bible there are chances you might be executed. The people believe that Kim Jong Un has some magical powers.
North Korea’s founder, Kim Il Sung, established the three-caste system in 1957 to better control his populace. Society is broken down into these three classes: core, wavering, and hostiles. Those who are most loyal to the government were placed in the ‘core’ class and those least loyal to the government were places in the ‘hostiles’ class.
If you try to flee fro north Korea and you are caught You will be executed or consigned to a labor camp. While it is hard to get into North korea itss even harder to leave.
The only people who are allowed to have access to the internet in North Korea are political leaders and their families, students at elite universities and members of their military’s cyber warfare department. No one else is allowed online.
The computers in North Korea run their own state-made operating system. There is no Window’s and Mac OS in North Korea, only Red Star OS.
And last but not least; it is against the law to make an international call in North Korea without permission from the government. In 2007, a man was alleged to have been shot and killed by the government after making a number of international calls.