Fans In North Korea Are Risking Their Lives To Tweet About Exo

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Fans in North Korea are risking their lives to tweet about EXO?
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Fans in North Korea are risking their lives to tweet about EXO?

There are fans in North Korea who are risking their lives for EXO.

Twitter Korea recently shared an interesting video showing how more than 11 million tweets have been posted about EXO immediately after the start of the group's official Twitter account.

The red light signifies the areas where tweets have been made about the boy group. As you can see, the light shines brightly in South Korea and also in many other regions around the world including North America, South America, Europe, Southeast Asia, and East Asia.

North Koreans Risk Their Lives To Tweet About EXO
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North Koreans Risk Their Lives To Tweet About EXO

The boys of EXO have quite the dedicated fan following as fans from North Korea are risking their lives to tweet about their recent comeback and teasers.

We all know that North Korea is one strict, regimen-oriented country, with lots of restrictions, limitations, and propaganda against the U.S.A and South Korea. Recently, since the announcement of EXO's comeback and their trending worldwide status, a map was revealed showing the locations that helped boost them towards this achievement. The results were shocking!

Arcades in North Korea Arent Quite What Youd Expect
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Arcades in North Korea Arent Quite What Youd Expect

When most people think of North Korea, they think of a dismal land where the people have little to no rights and even less fun—enter the North Korean arcade.

In 2008, photos of a North Korean arcade surfaced on the internet and the unadorned space shocked the public. Many of the arcade cabinets were still made of wood and rusting equipment, and the old arcade machines naturally didnt draw in huge crowds.

Gamers sat on plastic chairs while playing the games.The arcade games were from an entirely different era. 

[★BREAKING] South Korea fires warning shots at unidentified object from North Korea
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[★BREAKING] South Korea fires warning shots at unidentified object from North Korea

South Korean troops fired at an unidentified object coming from North Korea, across the DMZ.

Image Source: U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Sheila deVera

The object was detected at around 4 PM, coming in from North Korea and across the DMZ border where Korean soldiers are positioned.

Image Source: Business Insider

The South Korean military fired more than 90 K-3 machine gun rounds at the object.

The object has yet to be identified, but sources reveal it may have been a drone.

H.O.Ts Lee Jae Won Reveals He Spent Earnings To Fund His Grandfathers Escape From North Korea
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H.O.Ts Lee Jae Won Reveals He Spent Earnings To Fund His Grandfathers Escape From North Korea

On May 28, Lee Jae Won appeared as a guest on Channel As Were Coming to Meet You and revealed the shocking truth on where he spent his H.O.T promotions earnings.

I spent my earnings on helping my grandfather escape from North Korea, he said, surprising everyone. Later, it was unveiled that Lee Jae Wons father was the first to get in contact with a broker from North Korea. Being short on cash, he was contemplating about paying the broker fee to get Lee Jae Wons grandfather out of North Korea. Although the fee was very expensive, Lee Jae Won heard about the situation and responded, Of course we must do anything to bring grandfather back, and gave his father a huge sum of money.