How North Koreas get their K-pop

Thursday, May 24, 2018 - 12:00am

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Bubblegum pop music is popular in South Korea. It's called K-pop, and while its glitzy sound and packaging may seem at odds with Pyongyang, North Koreans seem to like it, too. The tunes are often smuggled into North Korea on tiny memory cards that people hide in their noses. Su-Min Hwang of the BBC's Korea Service has more.