North Korea had accepted a whole different chronological sequence of time which started from Kim Il-sung’s birthday in 1912. Now, they are in their 106th year as against 2017! So, they have dual calendars, one theirs and other what rest of the world follows!
#11 The Social Classes
The authorities have divided the country into three chief classes, which are the loyal “core class” (tomato), the “wavering class”(apple), and the “hostile class” (grapes). While mostly military men and politicians come in tomato class, ordinary citizens are the apple class and the grapes, they’re the lawbreakers!
#10 The Roads
Just about 8% of the roads are covered with the solid surface. But that’s not a problem for the local citizens as they travel via bicycle.
#9 Traffic Ladies
Keeping in view the below-mentioned fact, traffic does not need much control in North Korea. However, in big cities, there are beautiful and young traffic ladies to monitor the traffic! A traffic lady should be single and younger than 26. When she is out of these rules by any parameter, she must leave her post.
#8 NADA Agency
In league with NASA, North Korea has also established its space exploration unit, NADA! Now, look at the logo which resembles with NASA!
#7 Mighty Kim Jong-il
He was no ordinary man you see! His biography that is a part of credit course says he was born on Mount Paektu and his birth caused a star to illuminate the sky and a double rainbow spontaneously appeared. He also learned to walk and talk when he was not even 1 year old. After his death, the Mass Media reported that “layers of ice ruptured with an unprecedentedly loud crack at Chon Lake on Mount Paektu, and a snowstorm with strong winds hit the area.”
The history certainly is what you want it to be!
#6 Unicorns Exist
The scientists at North Korea believe that Unicorns are not just a product of fancy, they have existed a long time back and that the local archaeologists had found the ancient lair of this once mythological creature.
#5 Magical Medicine
They have a cure for AIDS, EBOLA and MERS and certainly, these magical medicines also help in relieving cancer!
#4 Arirang festival
As many as 100,000 people take part in the musical-dancing show in one of the largest stadiums in the world. The scenes demonstrate different sketches, which mostly praise the authorities of the great and mighty country.
#3 Clothes and Fashion
Women in North Korea do not follow International Fashion trends but they do strive to look pretty in their uniform. Further, the women in North Korea are extremely fond of wearing high heels
#2 Leisure Squad
Along with the regular army, there is also a leisure squad in the North Korean army which has pretty young girls and their main work is to accompany military men of high status in their free time.
#1 A Happy Country
According to the research conducted by North Korean scientists, this country is quite a happy country, to be exact it is second in place after China.