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North Korean Traffic Officer Crying During Award, Chinese Reactions

Pyongyang, North Korea, female traffic officer Ri Kyong Sim crying and wailing as she receives the rare "Hero of the Republic" award and honor for protecting a senior government official.

Pyongyang, North Korea, female traffic officer Ri Kyong Sim crying and wailing as she receives the rare "Hero of the Republic" award and honor for protecting a senior government official.

From NetEase:

North Korean Female Traffic Officer Bawling While Receiving Hero of the Republic Award

May 9th, Japan’s NHK television channel reported that a female traffic police officer in North Korea’s capital Pyongyang, as a result of her efforts to protect a revolutionary senior official’s safety, was awarded North Korea’s highest “Hero of the Republic” honor. Photos are of the award ceremony, where the female officer cried emotionally.

Pyongyang, North Korea, female traffic officer Ri Kyong Sim crying and wailing as she receives the rare "Hero of the Republic" award and honor for protecting a senior government official.

Pyongyang, North Korea, female traffic officer Ri Kyong Sim crying and wailing as she receives the rare "Hero of the Republic" award and honor for protecting a senior government official.

Pyongyang, North Korea, female traffic officer Ri Kyong Sim awarded the rare "Hero of the Republic" honor for protecting a senior government official.

Pyongyang, North Korea, female traffic officer Ri Kyong Sim awarded the rare "Hero of the Republic" honor for protecting a senior government official.

Pyongyang, North Korea, female traffic officer Ri Kyong Sim awarded the rare "Hero of the Republic" honor for protecting a senior government official.

Comments from NetEase:

海上钓鳌客 [网易山东省潍坊市网友]:

50 years ago, we too were this pathetic.

永远的未成年 [网易江苏省苏州市网友]:

You guys shouldn’t laugh, we’ve merely just taken two steps ahead of them. This is something my brother’s friend who emigrated to Denmark said to me. At the time, I was very angry, and verbally attacked him even more fiercely than a wuman. But now that I think about it, I was so foolish.

网易山西省忻州市网友:

This is a disease/illness, that requires curing.

网易浙江省嘉兴市手机网友:

Crying so bitterly, as if the senior official died. I bet if I said this in North Korea, I’d be locked in jail.

网易山东省网友 [狮屎胜於熊便]:

The tear ducts of the North Korean people are especially developed!!

网易广西手机网友:

That face looks as if she’s lost a husband.

网易广东省广州市手机网友:

Not being educated sure is scary. Take a look at how the people of developed countries receive awards and talk with leaders. Then think about how a bunch of people weep when they see Fatty Kim. This is the disparity in education.

网易重庆市手机网友:

A country where one can only survive by acting.

网易天津市网友 [炮打茅侧洞]:

No worries, continue on, and after a few years, North Korea’s mental retards will go extinct… Starvation is a means of natural selection… Those who don’t use their brains deserve to die of hunger.

网易广东省广州市手机网友:

If Fatty Kim III really died, then the North Korean people would be laughing!

网易广东省东莞市网友:

Hehe, only afraid of not being able to disgust you guys to death, this JB country.

lu4163 [网易广西手机网友]:

Feels like she wouldn’t be that upset even if her own father died.

网易福建省龙岩市网友:

Not being moved when getting an award and the reverence of people is what would be strange, whereas in China, everything is all about money money money.

sheng5205205 [网易江苏省盐城市网友]:

Little North Korea is alright. For them to be able to be so firm and staunch in the face of the United States making things so difficult for it and blockading it, that’s very rare and precious. This is a kind of quality/essence, unlike Little South Korea, which yells for its sugar daddy whenever something happens.

大连通通网络 [网易辽宁省大连市网友]:

Knowing how to cry in North Korea is like knowing how to play stupid in the Heavenly Kingdom. It’s a kind of basic survival skill.

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