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When she got a little older, she bought sheet masks and colored her hair dark brown.
Denim, jewelry, and hair dye, all of which were smuggled in by people like Danbi, were strictly off limits.
I believe these were [the] psychological effects of being banned from doing these things.
Nam has what appears to be the largest collection of North Korean products in his office, including 65 whitening creams, face washes, essences, and more, all smuggled in by one of his Chinese students for his latest book that he co-authored, North Korean Women and Cosmetics.
Because of this, it's North korea and facial hair common for citizens to express their defiance through low-level acts, like dying their hair or wearing banned clothes, versus something that might be common in other countries, like protesting in public or speaking out on social media.
But these low-level acts would be impossible to pull off without smugglers like Danbi taking larger risks.
Advertisement By the time she was 15, Danbi started smuggling on her own, but unlike her father, who traded brass and wood for oil and flour, Danbi knew she could make better money if she focused on the goods her peers wanted most:
She is now a student in the U.
She and her brother Namhoon were held in isolation as the investigation continued.