Kim Jong Un bans mullets, skinny jeans fearing their capitalist allure: レポート

We must be wary of even the slightest sign of the capitalistic ライフスタイル and fight to get rid of them,” Rodong Sinmun, a North Korean state newspaper wrote, according to Britain’s Daily Express.

Along with the mullet, other styles, like spiked or dyed hair, have also been banned in the totalitarian state – while only 15 “propercuts received an OK for citizens.

North Koreans also won’t be allowed to sport ripped jeans, have nose or ear piercings or wear T-shirts with slogans, the Express reported.

History teaches us a crucial lesson that a country can become vulnerable and eventually collapse like a damp wall regardless of its economic and defense power if we do not hold on to our own lifestyle,” the state newspaper wrote.

A country can become vulnerable and eventually collapse like a damp wall … if we do not hold on to our own lifestyle.

— North Korean state media

North Korea has banned symbols of foreign culture in the country to keep its “退廃的” allure at bay in the past, and officials were continuing to crack down on pop 音楽, especially K-pop, which originated in South Korea and has become popular globally.

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に 2018, Kim promised tocrush bourgeois reactionary culture,” according to the Washington Post.

A North Korean propaganda website once compared bands like K-pop’s BTS toslaves,” claiming they arerobbed of their body, mind and soul by the heads of vicious and corrupt art-related conglomerates,” according to the Express.

BTS performs in Inglewood, カリフォルニア, 12月. 6, 2019. (AP通信)

BTS performs in Inglewood, カリフォルニア, 12月. 6, 2019. (AP通信)

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