North Korea cracks down on private barber shops

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 North Korea began to fight against private hairdressers

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The authorities of the DPRK began to fight with private hairdressers. Since the beginning of August, the police began to massively close beauty salons due to “propaganda of individualism.” They have been called an illegal money-making tool that promotes individualism and “anti-socialist behavior”.

Private barbershops pay no taxes and are in high demand among young people, according to the authorities, because they allow them to choose any haircut contrary to the list of allowed hairstyles. .

It is noted that the owners of such establishments face fines of 100,000 North Korean won (about $110) and possible criminal prosecution. Probably, the government is going to leave only state-owned hairdressers in the country.

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