New report shines light on secret North Korean groups fighting against K-pop
Without notice, the secretive North Korean police would barge into schools and homes. They’d conduct body checks on students, searching even their socks and under their belts for flash drives carrying foreign media. Anyone found with such illicit content they would take away.
As a former DPRK prosecutor, Eundeok Kim said he oversaw these shadowy groups charged with cracking down on foreign media, part of the regime’s systematic efforts to achieve complete ideological control over the North Korean people.
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