North Korea Blasts ‘Squid Game’, Says It Depicts Capitalist Culture At Its Worst – Deadline

The No. 1 rule of North Korea is, “Do not be the very first one to stop clapping.”

Thats the least of its barbs. The program depicts ” a world where just cash matters– a hell-like horror,” and commemorates a society where “corruption and immoral rascals are commonplace.”

Squid Game, for the uninitated, reveals individuals with unpayable debts competing in an odd winner-take-all contest that will instantly erase their slate.Thats not good, according to its critics.
” It is said that it makes people realize the unfortunate truth of the beastly South Korean society in which human beings are driven into extreme competition and their mankind is being eliminated,” whimpered Arirang.

Simply where North Korean society watches Squid Game is a mystery. Western media is forbidden and those caught with it risk jail


While the dystopian Squid Game is the No. 1 show on Netflix in 90 nations, its not a success in North Korea, where the show is slammed as a “sad truth of a beastly South Korean society.”

TMZ is reporting that the pro-North Korea website Arirang Meari is the source of the sour evaluation, and it obviously didnt get the memo on the programs fictional nature. To Arirang Meari, the show “acquired appeal since it exposes the reality of South Korean capitalist culture.”

Exception: Unless the topic is South Koreas blockbuster show Squid Game.

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