North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has banned his country from expressing happiness for 11 days. It also banned the consumption of alcohol and leisure time during mourning to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the death of his father, Kim Jong Un.
According to the British newspaper The Guardian, the North Korean dictator appears in the video imposing restrictions on the people. According to the Daily Mail tabloid, “In the pictures aired by KCTV, Kim Jong-un was standing in front of a large portrait of his father, standing on a stage in front of thousands of people in the palace grounds.” The flags are also on the half-pole.
The exact date of Kim Jong Un’s death is December 17. On that day, according to The Guardian, people were even banned from shopping.
For 11 days, the people of North Korea have been banned from showing any public pleasure. Not even allowed to remember birthdays. Leisure activities and consumption of alcohol are prohibited.
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