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news.com.au 25 Nov, 2021 01:45 am

North Korean student to be executed for selling Squid Game

North Korean student to be executed for selling Squid Game
A North Korean student who smuggled copies of Squid Game into the country and sold them will reportedly be executed by firing squad.

A North Korean student who smuggled copies of Squid Game into the country and sold them will reportedly be executed by firing squad.South Korea's Squid Game was a global hit.“This all started last week when a high school student secretly bought a USB flash drive containing the South Korean drama Squid Game and watched it with one of his best friends in class,” a law enforcement source in North Hamgyong province told RFA’s Korean Service on Monday.h4 Aussies injured in Squid Game challenge News Squid Game fans have been waiting for “But regardless of how strict the government’s crackdown seems to be, rumours are circulating that among the seven arrested students, one with rich parents was able to avoid punishment because they bribed the authorities with $US3000 ($A4170).

A North Korean student will be executed by firing squad after they reportedly brought a copy of the hit show into the country.North Korean authorities caught seven high school students watching the violent drama after sharing the show via USB flash drives.

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