Imagine living in a country where you have no access to internet, television or even driving cars. North Korea is a country where there are no traffic lights, only 28 hair styles allowed, wearing jeans is not allowed, and many more. Here is the complete shocking list.

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1. Watching Television

Citizens are forbidden to watch anything other than state propaganda.

In the last 2 years, North Korea has publicly executed around 130 people for watching South Korean TV.

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2. Practicing Religion

Atheist North Korea has ‘Freedom of Religious Belief’. Inspite of that, they’ve tortured thousands for their faiths.

In 2013, Eighty Christians were publicly executed in a stadium just for owning bibles.

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3. Drinking Alcohol

North Koreans can only drink on special holidays and students face interrogation if they are caught.

In 2012, a Military Officer was killed with a mortar for drinking during the 100 day mourning period of Kim Jong-Il.

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4. Driving

Citizens are banned from freely moving around their country – There is less than 1 car per 1000 people

However, Senior Officials are chauffeured in extravagant cars to flaunt their political commitment.

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5. Playing Music

All music in North Korea is controlled by the state and must glorify the regime.

Decadent Western Music is a ‘Crime against the State’ and playing it will get you killed

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6. International Calls

Communication with the outside world will incur the Death Penalty.

In 2013, a North Korean man was publicly executed by firing squad for calling his friend in South Korea.

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7. Talking About The Government

Citizens caught criticizing or discussing the North Korean Government will be sent to ‘Re-Education Camps’.

Prisoners will endure hard labor and ideological indoctrination to relearn the values of the regime.

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8. Travelling Abroad

The Ultimate Crime is for a North Korean to leave their Country.

Defectors flee to China for Refuge but if they are caught by authorities they ll be forcibly returned for execution.

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9. Pornography

Viewing or Selling Pornography can lead to the death penalty.

In 2013, Leader Kim Jong-Un had his Ex-Girlfriend executed in front of her family for making a sex tape.

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10. Surfing The Internet

North Korea’s State-Run Internet is pure Propaganda & can only be used with authorization.

In 2013, an Online Journalist was imprisoned for 6 months for a typo in a web article.

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11. Wearing Jeans Is Illegal

Blue jeans are not allowed in North Korea as denims symbolizes the enemy United States of America.

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