Media: “Squid game” caused death sentence in North Korea

According to Radio Free Asia, the smuggler who smuggled copies of Netflixs Squid Game into North Korea was sentenced to death by firing squid. using USB devices and SD cards. At the same time, the student who purchased a copy of the project received a life sentence.

The remaining six students who managed to watch the show were sentenced to five years of hard labor. Teachers and administrators at the local school were fired and could potentially face forced labor remote mines of the country.

According to rumors, one of the seven students managed to pay off through wealthy parents, escaping punishment — the amount amounted to 3 thousand dollars. which allegedly showed the monstrous nature of capitalism in South Korea.

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