North Koreans Ban from Laughing to Mark the Death of Former Leader

Citizens and residents of North Korea have been banned from laughing and drinking alcohol for 11 days to mark the tenth death anniversary of their former leader, Kim Jong II.

This order, which forbade North Koreans to show any signs of happiness, was given by the government authorities to commemorate the death of Kim Jong II, who ruled the country from 1994 until his death in 2011,Even if your family member during the mourning period, you are not allowed to cry out loud.



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