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Last December, the North Korean government imposed an “anti-reactionary thought” law that inflicts strict fines and prison sentences on anyone in the country caught enjoying South Korean entertainment or copying the way South Koreans speak.

According to reports, as of April 28, over 10,000 North Korean students have surrendered themselves to authorities for consuming K-dramas and movies and listening to K-pop. It's unclear what shows they were watching but we assume the immensely popular Crash Landing On You, about a South Korean heiress who paraglides into North Korea and falls in love with a dashing army officer there, is one of it?

5,000 DVD players were also reportedly handed over to the government in return for a lighter sentence. 

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