Many marriages are still arranged, either by families or by party secretaries or bosses.
There is perhaps no greater example of this than North Korea’s dating culture. While visiting the Juche Tower, I observed a group of young North Korean female soldiers practicing for the Mass Games.In fact, it is quite common for teachers to share alcohol with their students as a token of good will.The loosening of North Korea’s information blockade has even spurred an influx of foreign pornography into North Korea, and the spread of DVDs carrying South Korean dramas into North Korean people’s homes is also changing expectations and attitudes towards relationships.In between their goose-stepping drills these women were doing something that amazed me – they were gossiping.These were not the Nazi robots that the international media normally portrays the North Korean military as being, but real people. After all, they were schoolgirls (or I guess technically army-girls)!
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This may ruin any current relationships, and hamper dating prospects in the future.Furthermore, the lack of proper sex education makes sexual contact a risky proposition.Dating culture only really liberalized in the 1990’s. Barbara Demick’s book , which is based mostly on refugees’ accounts of their lives in North Korea during the 1990’s, reported that “the country doesn’t have a dating culture.In fact, in many ways the rules regarding sex and dating are relatively lenient in North Korea.
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One refugee noted, “The culture of sex in North Korea is not conservative.
The cost of having a doctor to perform the procedure is exorbitant.
As a result many resort to dangerous methods of pregnancy termination such as falling down heights or ingesting tuberculosis pills. As a refugee explained, “In middle school, in the age of 16, it is very important for students to have a girlfriend and also participate in the gang fight.” Those that failed to do both were ostracized.
A liberal sex culture is certainly not encouraged, but as far as sex is concerned, people make their own choices.” Another refugee explained that many North Koreans begin dating in middle school.
Students aged 14 or 15 are sent into the countryside to help farmers for 40 days in the spring and 15-20 days in the autumn.