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North Korea Continued
Updated: 10/12/2020
North Korea Continued
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  • There are several environmental issues in North Korea. One of the biggest issues is deforestation. Trees are cut down in used for firewood, and firewood fuels many homes. Natural disasters like droughts, floods, and forest fires have also killed many trees. This deforestation has led to soil erosion. This makes it harder to grow food.
  • While we have technology in North Korea, what we can see and do with it is limited. Radios and TVs can only access government-approved channels. 75% of people have cell phones, and I am one of those. I can only call people who also live in North Korea. The government can see what we look up on the internet, so we have to be very careful.
  • Most people in North Korea are atheists. This could be because we worship our leader, and treat him as a god. While the constitution states that there is freedom of religion in North Korea, this isn't the case. The government discriminated against those who are religious, especially Christians. In the country, there are holidays to celebrate the birthdays of previous leaders. There are other holidays to celebrate our countries achievements.
  • North Korea became a country on September 9, 1948. The Korean War started in July 1950 and three years later an armistice began, which is still going. In 1991 the country joined the United Nations. In 1994, Kim Il-Sung died and Kim Jong-il became the leader. In the 1990s there was a bad famine. Nuclear weapons became prominent in the early 2000s. Kim Jong-un became the leader in 2011. In 2018 North and South Korea marched together at the Winter Olympics.
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