For watching a Korean drama, two students were sentenced to death: Both were shot in public; it is illegal to watch films from enemy countries in this country.
North Korea has released shocking details. Two high school students were sentenced to death in this case. Their only blunder was that they had both seen the South Korean version of the show.
According to South Korean Media, both students were between the ages of 15 and 16. He was shot in front of a large crowd. Actually, tensions exist between North and South Korea. As a result, North Koreans are unable to watch shows and movies produced in South Korea.
According to one eyewitness, “we were forced to see the punishment.” The British newspaper ‘The Independent’ reported, citing Korean media, that “this incident happened in October, but has now come to the fore.” According to an eyewitness, he was forced to witness the execution. President Kim Jong Un’s officials asked residents of Hesan City to gather in an empty field. In front of the crowd, some officers sentenced the students to death and shot them.