Squid Game Smuggler Gets Death Sentence For Sneaking Show Into North Korea
297 0  2021-11-24 23:46:05
A man who smuggled pirated copies of Squid Game into North Korea has been sentenced to death. The series, which recently became Netflix's most-watched original series ever, took the world by storm upon its release back in September. The show follows a group of poor South Korean citizens who accept invitations to compete in a series of children's games with deadly stakes in an attempt to win a huge cash prize. The series has been praised for, among other things, its critique of capitalism and its exploration of the divide between the various South Korean social strata. North Korea decried the show shortly after its release, publicly declaring the show an indictment of South Korea's capitalist system.More...

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