A Day In The Life Of A North Korean Teenager


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A Day In The Life Of A North Korean Teenager



North Korea has largely been cut off from the rest of the world since the Korean War ended in July 1953. The country lives under what they call a ‘Juche’ philosophy, an extreme political system with a culture that places an emphasis on strength, independence and self-reliance. Of course, to most outsiders, North Korea simply looks like a cult of personality, based around the Kim dynasty.

So how do teenagers live their day to day lives in such a culture? How do they engage with normal teenage activities, from dating to discovering alcohol, schooling to entertainment?

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A Day In The Life Of A North Korean Teenager

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  1. I rather have a strict monitored school rather to a school that could have a psyco start a shooting
    Also I think NK has more ethic and values controlled than some countries that have liberties for
    gay marriage, sexual liberty on the street causing children to see that in public.
    I do not agree with all of the regime, however the law where all your family is taken to jail that also applies when a thief steals something and to punish him, they involve thier family, that really lowers the numbers on somebody trying to do stupid stuff.
    At least you did not see any homeless there hehehe
    Concentration camps hahaha, if you make 99% of population work on the field, no one would strarve and would have over mass of food growing, please be logical on some arguments.

  2. and people in america and EU and alot of freedom countries are complaining about GF and BF or ordering wrong foods or whatever…be grateful for where you are born and country.

  3. For me, one of the worst things about living in North Korea would be having very restricted and censored internet access or even no internet access at all, and having no information about the outside world. For all we know, North Korean citizens don't even know about COVID-19, or if they do, they might think it was made by South Korea or the United States. Everything I do and learn about is online, and I don't know what I would be doing without the internet. On the bright side, at least they don't have TikTok.

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