North Korean TV censors blur out pants of British gardening show host

North Korea’s state broadcaster, KCTV, has blurred out a pair of jeans worn by veteran British TV host Alan Titchmarsh as part of the country’s censorship of foreign fashion and culture.

He added that jeans have been banned for residents as a symbol of American imperialism, but some flexibility has been applied to foreign visitors because they can’t prevent them from wearing jeans.

Peter Ward, a research fellow at the Sejong Institute in South Korea, said the censorship is part of a fight against “anti-socialist culture and ideology.”

“They have had campaigns against anti-socialist culture since at least the early 1990s,” said Ward. “The intensity of these campaigns has increased, especially since 2020.”

Violations are punishable by years of hard labor for small quantities of banned material and even death for larger amounts.

Foreign materials like books and movies are banned, often with severe punishments for those caught with black market contraband. 안전공원 슬롯머신 안전공원

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