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North Korean gulags 'as terrible, or even worse' than Nazi Dec 12, 2017 May 25, 2016 · 26 Weird and Bizarre Facts about North Korea that reveal the horrifying truth about life there. by Unbelievable Facts May 25, 2016, 3:42 am 7.6k Views Comments Off on 26 Weird and Bizarre Facts about North Korea that reveal the horrifying truth about life there Mar 04, 2020 · The Korean Demilitarized Zone marks the boundary between North Korea and South Korea. Below are 50 important facts about North Korea, its uniqueness, history, economy, education, government, leaders, and strategies. 50 Important facts about North Korea. 1. Interestingly, you can smoke Marijuana legally in North Korea. It is not even classified
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Objectively examining life in the world's last remaining totalitarian state. May 23, 2014 · While North Korea nominally has one of the world's largest armies, the reality is the North Korean government cannot adequately provide for over 1 million active personnel. Meaning scenes like the above -- where soldiers trade labor for food or money -- are quite common. Jun 11, 2018 · NPR's Audie Cornish talks with North Korea expert Jean Lee about what daily life is like in the country and how much the average person knows about the upcoming summit between President Trump and Life & Love Tech & Invention Humor & Offbeat Religion Books & Language North Korea Facts. Norway Facts. Obesity Facts. Ocean Facts. Octopus Facts. Panda Facts. Apr 06, 2019 · After the war, North Korea's government focused on industrialization as it rebuilt the battle-torn country. As president, Kim Il-sung preached the idea of Juche, or "self-reliance." North Korea would become strong by producing all of its own food, technology, and domestic needs, rather than importing goods from abroad. Apr 02, 2019 · Sports education is an integral part of school life in North Korea. Most schools have facilities for football, basketball, boxing, table tennis, gymnastics, etc. The DPR Korea League is a popular domestic sporting event and attracts a large number of spectators.