Over 10,000 North Korean students turn themselves in for watching K-dramas, listening to K-pop

Popular K-dramas like Vicenzo featuring actor Song Joong-ki, from South Korea are banned in North Korea. - tvN

PETALING JAYA: Over 10,000 North Korean students have surrendered to the authorities for consuming K-pop, K-dramas and South Korean movies in the past four months since the hermit kingdom imposed the “anti-reactionary thought” law.

Singapore news portal Today reported on Tuesday (May 4), that the law was implemented in December last year.

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