North Korea targets tight leans, lengthy hair, piercings in stronger crackdown, report finds


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North Korea has issued a ban on tight denims and dyed hair in an effort to curb “capitalist” style developments which have leaked via its borders.

The nation’s group regime has imposed the measure via its Socialist Patriotic Youth League, which is now reportedly deploying patrols that can report residents who’ve dyed hair, put on their hair too lengthy, put on tight denims or T-shirts with international phrases, amongst different issues, Radio Free Asia reported Tuesday.

“At the end of last month, the Socialist Patriotic Youth League held an educational session nationwide, where they defined the act of imitating foreign fashion and hairstyles as ‘capitalist flair,’ and examples of ‘anti-socialist practices,’” a resident of the North Korean metropolis Hamhung advised RFA.

“This time the crackdown mainly targets women in their 20s and 30s. If they are caught, they are made to wait on the side of the road until the patrols can finish their crackdown in that area. Only then will they be taken to the youth league office in the district, where they must write letters confessing their crimes. They must then contact someone at home to bring acceptable clothes for them, and then they are released,” the resident added.

FILE - In this photo provided by the North Korean government, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un attends at a meeting of the Workers' Party of Korea in Pyongyang, North Korea on Feb. 28, 2022. I

FILE – On this picture offered by the North Korean authorities, North Korean chief Kim Jong Un attends at a gathering of the Staff’ Get together of Korea in Pyongyang, North Korea on Feb. 28, 2022. I
(Korean Central Information Company/Korea Information Service by way of AP)

The crackdown comes as North Korea continues to ramp up its ballistic missile checks. A report from the state media group KCNA mentioned North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un held an “invincible power that the world cannot ignore and no one can touch,” Reuters reported.

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