North Koreans Risk Lives to Tweet About Boy Band EXO

South Korean Boyband EXO has fans…in North Korea. And they’re literally risking death to tweet about the band.

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Fans of the South Korean boy band in North Korea have recently been found expressing their support to their idol via Twitter.
EXO’s fans in North Korea are risking their lives to tweet about their idol ahead of the release of their new album “The War”. North Korean fans are found tweeting about EXO’s upcoming comeback and teasers.

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In a clip posted by Twitter Korea, it was revealed that over 11 million tweets about EXO were posted immediately after the group’s official Twitter account was launched. According to the tweet, 15 were found to have come from the isolated country……

According to former North Korean deputy ambassador Thae Young Ho, North Koreans have recently come to enjoy South Korean dramas, films and pop music.

However according to North Korea 2015 law, listening to South Korean music and watching South Korean dramas are strictly prohibited in the country. A person can be sentenced to 10 years of hard labor for coming in contact with the restricted content.

North Korean Fans Are Risking Their Lives to Tweet About EXO

Fans of the South Korean boy band in North Korea have recently been found expressing their support to their idol via Twitter.

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