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Is North Korea scared of K-pop?

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North Korea passed a new law to prevent the spread of content that has not been approved by government censors, and by February tighter controls on societal content may be on the way. The following month, a North Korean propaganda website accused K-pop record labels of "slave-like exploitation." Hardships caused by lockdowns may have prompted Kim's attack on foreign influence in the last 2 to 3 years.