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Kim Jong-un considers extending North Korea’s bedtime until 8:30 pm

North Korea at night, as seen from space

North Korea at night, as seen from space

North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong-un says he’ll have a think about changing the nation’s lights out time, after it was pointed out to him that some countries stay up as late as 10:30pm.

Currently night-night time is 8:00pm, with quiet talking allowed until 8:10. But that could all soon change.

“I’m open to extending the curfew and tucking everyone in at 8:30pm,” Kim said. “But that means teeth and toilet starts at 8:20, not ‘oh it’s 8:30, now I start getting ready for bed’”.

It is likely that staying up for special occasions will still be allowed.

North Korea once stayed up until almost midnight on Kim’s 21st birthday.

Source: The Shovel – Kim Jong-un Considers Extending North Korea’s Bedtime Until 8:30pm (SATIRE)

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2 thoughts on “Kim Jong-un considers extending North Korea’s bedtime until 8:30 pm

  1. Wow, how generous of “Dear Leader”. 🙂

    Posted by swabby429 | March 4, 2014, 23:40
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    Posted by Gregoryno6 | March 8, 2014, 07:52

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