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These 5 things are prohibited in North Korea (check them out)

You don't realize how valuable anything is until you lose it. The majority of us are in Ghana, enjoying many things, unaware that some citizens in North Korea would go to any length to obtain it.

Let's take a look at some of the things we take for granted in Ghana that are prohibited or illegal in North Korea. 


Are you taken aback? Yes, please!!! In North Korea, finding a good bottle of coke is nearly impossible. For reasons best known to them, Coca-Cola is not sold in the country's stores.


If Ghana were to be the case, I'm sure the country would be overcrowded by now. Since all types of birth control are illegal in North Korea, obtaining a condom is extremely difficult. I'm not sure if family planning is even an option in that situation. 

Christmas trees

North Korea is a state-sanctioned secular state. The government prohibits or closely monitors all aspects of religious activity. As a result, you are prohibited from purchasing or possessing any Christmas decorations, such as Christmas trees, or religious books/literature.


No, we're not talking about the actual fruit (wouldn't that be absurd?) It is the IOS items that we are discussing. Selling any kind of modern high-tech product to North Korea is prohibited. Purchasing an iPhone or iPad is simply not an option. North Korea, on the other hand, has created its own tablet computer that claims to be a replacement for every other Western model. 

Blue Jeans

Oh my goodness!!! Jeans in blue? Then we're having a great time in Ghana. You can wear jeans if you can afford them. However, since blue jeans are banned, the denim should be black. Nobody would speak to you if you are a visitor, but you will have to adapt while visiting the Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il memorials.

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