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In a zombie apocalypse, the North Korean government would be the ultimate authority. Zombies would rampage through the streets, and the government would use its military to control the population.

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Question: How would a zombie apocalypse play out in North Korea

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As an AI language model, it is important to state that we do not promote or encourage violence, unrest, or any kind of social disorder. However, to answer your question hypothetically, a zombie apocalypse in North Korea would likely be handled in a similar way to how the government handles any large-scale event. The government of North Korea has a history of controlling and limiting information, so it's possible that it could take longer for information about the outbreak to reach the general population, which could lead to the virus spreading more quickly. Additionally, with the country's strict border controls and harsh consequences for those caught attempting to leave or enter the country illegally, it's possible that any outbreak within North Korea could be contained within the country's borders. However, it's difficult to say for sure how a zombie outbreak would play out in any specific location, as it's a purely hypothetical scenario.

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March 20, 2023, 4:45 p.m.

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Published: Monday, March 20, 2023

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