J.K Rowling and Harry Potter Gets Section Pass in North Korea

The books are allowed to be read by the citizens in Kim Jong-un regime. 23 years after the primary Harry Potter book was published, J.K Rowling has been allowed entry in North Korea , a rustic whose censor isn’t easy to be passed.

Approving the book series, Joseon Writers’ Alliance, North Korea’s censor group that scrutinizes the literature citizens can read in Kim Jong-un’s country, Harry Potter series has been given a pass.

“Harry Potter shows the thought that children should pioneer their way with their own strength and skill ,” said the publication.

Given the strict rules of Kim Jong-un’s regime, it’s no small feat for Rowling and her books to form a pass during a country where foreign content is very restricted.

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