The bizarre laws of North Korea
Cult-like following: North Koreans must idolize their leader.
Driving: Due to financial restraints and the requirement of a special permit.
Alcohol: Since the death of North Korean President Kim Il-sung in 1994.
Smiling: Smiling or talking loudly on June 8 is also strictly prohibited.
Dance: Since dance is considered to represent joy, it is also prohibited on June 8.
Falling a sleep in a meeting: Falling asleep while the chief speaks can mean big trouble.
Elections: North Korea holds elections to choose the party leaders who'll rule the country.
Marijuana: Consuming marijuana is forbidden in most countries around the world.
Cult to the Head of State: When North Koreans mention the name of their leader.
International calls: International calls are also forbidden.