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Monday, January 19, 2015

[Instiz] Gay North Korean soldiers spotted on South Korean CCTV










Instiz: North Korean gay men spotted on South Korean CCTV

"Hul... this is dangerous."

"I really hope they don't get caught.. I'm so worried for them ㅠㅠㅠ"

"Hul, they need to be careful."

"I'm worried for them.."

"Why would they spread this, it's so dangerous for them."

"Whether this was released as a joke or not, if those two get caught by North Korea, they're... done for... I'm really worried for them."

"Wow, even North Korea has gays I guess."

"The images are clear enough for them to be able to identify them.."

"I hope they're safe.."

"I'm pretty sure they'll be killed if they're caught."

"Hul... they're so giddy, like a scene straight out of a teen romance drama."

"I don't think it's right to have shared this, it's dangerous for them."

"They'll definitely be killed if they get caught ㅠㅠㅠㅠ"

"It's cute and all but they should learn to hide and be careful ㅠㅠ.."

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109 comments:

  1. Why would they publicly post this? Those soldiers can be in danger now smh

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  2. Seriously why share it and risk their lives? Let them live and love in peace and safely

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  3. I hope they won't be identified because they will be definitely dead if they are.

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  4. omg i'm surprised at how nice netizens are reacting to this. i hope they are safe.

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  5. IntenseFeelings_UglySobbingJanuary 19, 2015 at 3:32 PM

    My heart hurts really badly right now. If they're found out they'll more than likely be killed. My heart hurts.

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  6. Why did they have to share this, I honestly hope for their safety, I'm worried for them

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  7. They're cute but the uploader should just have kept the video to themselves.

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  8. They're so cute but I hope they don't get caught. :(

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  9. They are dead. Really unfortunate that someone felt the need to share this.

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  10. he was just fixing his equipment

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  11. ""Wow, even North Korea has gays I guess" Whut? e__e

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  12. As cute as it is I just hope they are safe!

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  13. Faith in humanity restored. T_T

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  14. Well, if we are hearing of it, I think they're most definitely caught by now. Not sure why this went flying around when people know how dangerous to could be for people.

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  15. these soldiers are now is danger..if the get caught they would probably be killed ;(

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  16. how could anybody release this knowing that they will be killed as a result....

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  17. Are we sure they're kissing on the mouth? I'm hoping these guys don't get in trouble :-/

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  18. this propaganda is so gross

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  19. :0
    I hope they're safe ...

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  20. bc they're north korean and thus inhuman to many of these media outlets

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  21. http://www.funnygrins.com/main/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/image_thumb39.png

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  22. IntenseFeelings_UglySobbingJanuary 19, 2015 at 3:36 PM

    If the media blows this up this will definitely be a death sentence for them. I hope this is swept under the rug.

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  23. "Wow, even North Korea has gays I guess."

    .......

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  24. Wish them and all the innocent people in that country luck, so sad they can't freely express their love, it's a privilege many take for advantage tbh.

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  25. tbh I kinda surprised , not negative surprise but just "Woahh :O"

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  26. a mass-murdering dictator meme really isn't funny.

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  27. Sadly, it has reached the internet so most likely those soldiers are in danger. Whoever released the photos just gave them a death sentence...

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  28. This shouldn't had been public... Even if they're just fooling around with nohomo going on. NK gov might feel that their "image of superiority" is threatened by them.

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  29. He's a douche but he's not a mass murder dictator, yet.

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  30. Its Instiz, most users on there are nicer than the average netizen :)

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  31. it looks really one sided lol

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  32. "We're a country which is against North Korea's regime, we hate what NK's government is doing to its citizens... Why don't we release a few pictures so two of them can get caught and be executed?"

    Seriously, I hope they won't be identified and they're okay.

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  33. As fujoshi I kinda shock with the comments
    #slapmyself

    could them just escape from punishment together run away together

    I hope :')

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  34. tbh aren't we contributing to the pics getting spread around. now these pics are going to get posted on twitter, kpop forums, etc

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  35. The N Korea army mandates celibacy during the first 10 years of service for all enlistees.[1]
    Male soldiers regularly break this rule with secret heterosexual trysts
    or rapes, and through homosexual activities within the armed services.
    These homosexual relationships have been described as situational sexual behavior rather than a natural orientation

    From wiki http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGBT_rights_in_North_Korea

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  36. he may not be exactly a mass murderer, but he is a dictator and every day people die in the concentration camps set all over nk.

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  37. Looks like playful skinship to me, but I'm used to that in South Korean men.

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  38. IntenseFeelings_UglySobbingJanuary 19, 2015 at 3:44 PM

    People can pretend homosexual's don't exist or some can repress the country, but homosexual's will always be there. Whether it be broad daylight or in the shadows. They have always been here. It's interesting how only they have been facing hatred and discrimination only in the past few hundred years. You would be the judged one for choosing to have a female concubine instead of a male concubine a very long time ago in history.

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  39. regardless of them being real or just playful, it probably won't matter coz (sadly) they're north koreans....:( hopefully they're okay :(

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  40. If they care about these soldiers' life, they should have not broadcasted this.

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  41. Why would someone publicize this? They are probably in danger now...

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  42. he's an accomplice of his family realm by following the steps of them but not a mass murder yet. Give him a few years tho, he's still a communist.

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  43. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q4w7tRI53T4

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  44. "Hul... they're so giddy, like a scene straight out of a teen romance drama."



    Theye so cute, but Im worried. I really hope they wont get caught :/

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  45. IntenseFeelings_UglySobbingJanuary 19, 2015 at 3:47 PM

    How isn't he one, though? Many NK's are killed in concentration camps on a regular basis.

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  46. I feel scared for them now

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  47. This was so irresponsible. You know the DPRK is even WAY more conservative than SK is. If SK has their thoughts on homosexuality like they do you know it's worse in the DPRK. These soldiers are going to be killed.You can see the guy on the right, his face, so clear as day. Even if they blurred the faces you can see alone their uniforms are that of the DPRK and the govt/military would have tortured every guard at the DMZ until someone gave up who it was. Even if the others had no clue they still would have been tortured until they died or gave info. Even if regular citizens in the DPRK don't have access to the www the military does and WILL see this. Bravo to whoever did this, I hope you're proud of yourself. Ugh.

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  48. Sadly it's most likely that they are identified

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  49. im kinda surprised how protective knets are in this situation. i always thought they were against gay. i mean if this happened in my country, there would be a lot negative comments about their sexuality.
    anyway, i hope those guys are ok

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  50. These are just selected comments.

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  51. Kim Jong Un's telling me no... But my body...my bodyyyys telling me yessss.

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  52. IntenseFeelings_UglySobbingJanuary 19, 2015 at 3:50 PM

    Dark humour is how people cope from what I have seen. There isn't anything people can do, anyway.

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  53. Why can't people love each other peacefully, regardless of the sexuality?

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  54. >_< now their lives and possibly the family's lives could be a risk.

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  55. You wouldn't think those who are soldiers that worship their dictator would even think about homosexual thoughts for fear of getting killed by not only them but their family.


    There's a huge risk in North Korea so it's kind of surprising.

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  56. From what I've read NKans on those camps are leaved to die there, not actually killed killed (with an order of shooting and such). He's an accomplice of his parents by following their steps instead of searching for a way of end that, putting that people .
    He's not a mass murderer yet. But as I said, give him some time.

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  57. Please be save!
    But whoever posted this is either a jerk who did it purposefully or an idiot who put 2 people's lives at danger without even knowing it...

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  58. Gay people naturally are in every country, every culture, every society. I don't understand why that would be surprising.

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  59. Dark humour is basically when people laugh and shrug over a serious situation because they're deeply nervous about it

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  60. couldn't they have pixeled out their faces or something :(
    also, the 2 soldiers are so cute!! it really does seem like its from a manga or something. forbidden love thats even more forbidden

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  61. Instiz are nicer and more open minded. They also have a lot of influx of users so I think thats why they're nicer compared to pann/nate and naver.

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  62. I just pray that the next person who would reign North Korea would treat the population like ACTUAL humans.
    Highly unlikely, but let's just still pray for a miracle

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  63. Dear Koreas, I've seen your straight men do this, too.

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  64. LOL, they are so dead!


    They will actually be executed once their identities are discovered.

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  65. I take it, you've come to start shit.

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  66. why? their dictator is gay anyway according to his former lover.

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  67. Eh?


    I thought NK is, sadly, anti-gay? If they aren't, then good for those two^

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  68. becuase NK does not permit that to happen... is REALLY REALLY conservative compared to SK

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  69. maybe the older brother will come back to make something like that.

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  70. I hope this is just propaganda and those are actors and they're somewhere safe. Because if this is real those guys are in for a painful death.

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  71. can't they be caught now because of these pictures....

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  72. So homosexuality being illegal in NK means gay people don't exist there?

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  73. "Wow, even North Korea has gays I guess." I can't believe people are this ignorant. There are gay people EVERYWHERE. Some people just can't express themselves like they want to because of laws and fear of judgement.

    I'm worried about these NK soldiers.

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  74. The ones who released it are from South Korea since the footage is from a South Korean CCTV, meaning from their side. So only South Koreans would be able to get the footage and release it.

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  75. http://i2.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/original/000/526/944/644.jpg

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  76. it's because you said LOL probably
    NK is of course anti-gay

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  77. That's not my point. I'm pressed that you found the potential death of these soldiers humorous.

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  78. I've seen more action then this from Kpop idols...

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  79. I feel bad for them. :'(

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  80. "Wow, even North Korea has gays I guess."

    Literally every nation has people who would identify themselves as belonging to the LGBTQIA community if they could do so without fear. Some people need to learn

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  81. Who ever that post this images can be a potential murderer. As this two men if traced, will be shot dead immediately. Under the crazy ruler who can even kill his own relations.

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  82. Wow stfu and rid yourself of that ridiculous gay-fetishizing mentality for a second. This isn't a fucking yaoi manga; these are real people who's lives could be potentially in danger and your whole making light of the situation bc you're a fujoshit makes me want to throw up.

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  83. not only them, but their families as well. They might kill the entire family =_=

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  84. Why release this? They're gonna get killed now omfg I'm so sad

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  85. No it means that homosexuals would be afraid to even think about having a relationship because they could be killed. Those two are really brave.

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  86. This is so sad~ Hopin they will be safe~

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  87. OMG. A Korean director/writer should totally do a romantically tragic movie about this.
    I really hope NK doesn't find out about this or these two are so gonna be dead.



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  88. Oops; I found the pic of them pushing each other away after the kiss innocent and funny. Hence the LOL.

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  89. TotallyajapanesenetizenJanuary 19, 2015 at 4:22 PM

    Due to tradition in Korean culture, it is not customary for individuals of any sexual orientation to engage in public displays of affection. As a country that has embraced science and rationalism, the DPRK recognizes that many individuals are born with homosexuality as a genetic trait and treats them with due respect. Homosexuals in the DPRK have never been subject to repression, as in many capitalist regimes around the world. However, North Koreans also place a lot of emphasis on social harmony and morals. Therefore, the DPRK rejects many characteristics of the popular gay culture in the West, which many perceive to embrace consumerism, classism and promiscuity.

    Actually, this is their view on homosexuality so it seems they're pretty accepting.

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  90. Hey I respect them as person you stupid , you're the one who make me throw up judging people like me with narrow minded point of view like that.
    I really respect LGBT before become of fujoshi. Everyone desrve their happiness and can live without judgment , especially someone that kind of person like you , the judgmental one that come from this fuckin society
    This is internet and everyone can express their opinion and stop being judgmental and narrow minded you who shut the fuck up

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  91. I like how they support them instead of talking bad about them

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  92. because it's north korea. they really conservative society

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  93. I think naver users are generally nice too. Pann and Nate are the one with a lot of haters

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  94. He actually is a mass murderer, killed hundreds already for power play, if you follow the accounts of n.k defectors, and public executions happen everyday under his authority...the only difference b/w him and his predecessors is the death toll - but given the state if n.k, he'll be able to catch up in no time

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  95. To be completely honest, Korea may be viewed as closed minded by the rest of the world but it isn't that bad these days. Newer generations are more accepting, gays usually couldn't even catch cabs but it is reasonably better these days.

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  96. kim jung un be like :gameover

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  97. From Fallout 3 ? I AM SO GOING TO WATCH IT NOW.

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  98. I find it cute lol but they shouldnt do it in public lol

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  99. Why the hell would they post this? Hopefully they are both alive.

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  100. Lmao you were the one who was trying to turn this whole ordeal into some yaoi fantasy shit with your "I hope they can escape punishment and run away together!! :')" Do you actually think that's possible? In a country as closed off and strict as North Korea?

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  101. This was such a stupid move. They can probably find out who these two men are.

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  102. wtf is wrong with the people who posted this? This is a death sentence...

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  103. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gsksBhY5_z4

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