North Korea doesn't need any images of a 'free enterprise way of life'.
This is another of many style statements that North Koreans need to bid farewell to.
It was accounted for by South Korean media source Yonhap News Agency that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has regarded the call by a specialists association to ban thin pants, mullets and certain body piercings as images of a "industrialist way of life".
Laborers gathering and public paper Rodong Sinmun contended that communism had flopped due to the "attack of the industrialist way of life". It said following these sorts of patterns lessens the communist development.
The boycott incorporates 15 distinctive design and hairdos, like colored hair, mullets, spiked hair and nose piercings. Any haircut disallowed falls under "against communist conduct", Newsweekreported.
The activity taken by the one-party state is one of numerous limitations on the North Korean individuals. A few group think the ban are a smart thought. Thin pants have for some time been a troublesome style piece, particularly with a developing number of more youthful men wearing them. These incorporate musical crews and kid groups like K-pop's BTS and Thirty Seconds to Mars.
There was an intriguing reaction to tyrant Jong-Un's most recent activities.
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