KIM JONG-UN has taken aim at a new enemy . . . K-Pop music. He reportedly sees the global rise of K-Pop groups like BTS and their fan bases as a threat to North Korea.
According to leaked government documents, Kim is running an anti-K-Pop campaign and refers to the groups as “a vicious cancer”.
He claims they spread an anti-socialist message and corrupt the fashion, hairstyles, speech, and behavior of the youth.
He’s reportedly imposing harsher penalties on people who listen and watch K-Pop music and videos, which isn’t surprising considering he already keeps a tight grip on internet access.
In related news, BTS just celebrated their 8th anniversary yesterday with a two-day live concert stream event, where they were able to actually talk to fans online.