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How Much Do You Know About North Korea?

The tumultuous east Asian country of North Korea is often a hot topic of conversation. Do you think you know all there is to know about this insanely private nation? Take this quiz and find out!

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What does the North Korean policy of "juche" mean?
Self reliance
Self esteem
Self awareness

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What is the capital of North Korea?
Wonsan
Kaesong
Pyongyang

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Who is currently the Supreme Leader of North Korea?
Kim II Sung
Kim Jong-un
Kim Jong II

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Who can own motor vehicles in North Korea?
Anyone
Military and government officials
The Supreme Leader

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True or false: North Koreans must abide by 1 of 28 approved haircut styles.
True
False

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What is the only thing citizens can watch on legal televisions?
Foreign news and network shows
State controlled programming
Various speeches by the Supreme Leader

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When did North Korea first develop its missile program?
The 1970s
The 1980s
The 1990s

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According to the World Food Program, how many North Koreans are in need of food aide?
25 million
6 million
17 million

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True or false: Electric power is widely available in North Korea and is seen as a symbol of national supremacy.
True
False

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What must school children provide for themselves?
Desk, chair, and heat
Desk and chair
Heat and chair

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What does the North Korean regime sell in order to make most of its income?
Pirated DVDs
Counterfeit pharmaceuticals
Counterfeit electronics

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True or false: North Korea employs informants to spy on citizens and report on any bad or subversive behavior.
True
False

C+, North Korea Nifty

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Based on your results, you are North Korea nifty! While you won't be writing any books on this scarily private nation, you still possess a solid amount of knowledge on North Korea. Not only are you more than a novice, but we have a feeling you're the one others look to for information on this country!

B+, North Korea Knowing

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Based on your results, you are North Korea knowing! While some may struggle to understand the way North Korea works, you have a solid understanding of this private country and it's practices. Give yourself a pat on the back for being so culturally in tune!

A+, North Korea Knowledgable

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Based on your results, you are North Korea knowledgable. Lets face it, North Korea is a bit difficult to understand. With practices so different than our own, it can be difficult to make sense of their cultural norms. Despite this, you demonstrated a superior knowledge and understanding of this private country! Well done!
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1
What does the North Korean policy of "juche" mean?
Self reliance
Self esteem
Self awareness
2
What is the capital of North Korea?
Wonsan
Kaesong
Pyongyang
3
Who is currently the Supreme Leader of North Korea?
Kim II Sung
Kim Jong-un
Kim Jong II
4
Who can own motor vehicles in North Korea?
Anyone
Military and government officials
The Supreme Leader
5
True or false: North Koreans must abide by 1 of 28 approved haircut styles.
True
False
6
What is the only thing citizens can watch on legal televisions?
Foreign news and network shows
State controlled programming
Various speeches by the Supreme Leader
7
When did North Korea first develop its missile program?
The 1970s
The 1980s
The 1990s
8
According to the World Food Program, how many North Koreans are in need of food aide?
25 million
6 million
17 million
9
True or false: Electric power is widely available in North Korea and is seen as a symbol of national supremacy.
True
False
10
What must school children provide for themselves?
Desk, chair, and heat
Desk and chair
Heat and chair
11
What does the North Korean regime sell in order to make most of its income?
Pirated DVDs
Counterfeit pharmaceuticals
Counterfeit electronics
12
True or false: North Korea employs informants to spy on citizens and report on any bad or subversive behavior.
True
False

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