North Korean Sentenced To Death By Firing Squad For Smuggled Copy Of Squid Game


A North Korean man has been sentenced to loss of life for sneaking a duplicate of Squid Game into the nation after college students had been caught watching the smuggled copy.

He can be executed by firing squad.

Radio Free Asia experiences that the person was accused of bringing digital copies of the collection again from China. He allegedly bought them on USB drives.

The scholar who purchased the copy was sentenced to life in jail. Six different college students watched the film and had been handed 5 years arduous labor. Some lecturers and faculty staffers have been fired, whereas some have been despatched to work in mines.