Squid Game might be a sensationall over the world, but seeing a copy in North Korea is reportedly causing you to get into a lot of difficulties. In fact, a North Korean man has reportedly been sentenced to death for allegedly smuggling copies of the hit Netflix series into the country, in violation of a recently passed law regarding the Elimination of Reactionary Thought and Culture.
According to Radio Free Asiathe alleged smuggler shipped a copy of Squid Game back from China and sold the software to a group of students. He wasn''t the only one severed in the case, with one student receiving a life sentence, while six others who watched the show have been sentenced to five years of hard work. All for watching a television show.
The recent South Korean series was created by Hwang Dong-hyuk and became quickly the most-watched channel in history. According to the site, the show still includes the top ten most-watched shows in 82 countries around the globe, including the United States, Australia, the United Kingdom, Sweden, Egypt, South Africa, Japan, and South Korea. Radio Free Asia claims the show and its story of disgruntled people playing a series of life-or-death games for a massive