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    'Chicas militares ante todo': conoce el club de fanes de Corea del Norte… en Japón

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    • Chunhun (L), the leader of Japan's North Korea fan club called sengun-joshi, or military-first girls, poses for a selfie with another member in front of portraits of North Korea founder Kim Il Sung and late leader Kim Jong Il after their Moranbong Band dance practice in Tokyo, Japan October 22, 2017
    • A member of Japan's North Korea fan club called sengun-joshi, or military-first girls, makes toothpick North Korean flags in Tokyo, Japan October 29, 2017
    • North Korea fans dressed as the Korean People's Army adjust their clothes in front of a portrait of North Korea's late leader Kim Jong Il before a North Korea fan event in Tokyo, Japan October 29, 2017
    • Chunhun (R), the leader of Japan's North Korea fan club called sengun-joshi, or military-first girls, and other members practice a Moranbong Band dance in Tokyo, Japan October 29, 2017
    • Chunhun, the leader of Japan's North Korea fan club called sengun-joshi, or military-first girls, looks at a photobook of North Korean art in Tokyo, Japan September 21, 2017. Picture taken September 21, 2017
    • A North Korea fan wears a pin of North Korea founder Kim Il Sung and late leader Kim Jong Il during a North Korea fan event in Tokyo, Japan October 29, 2017
    • Chunhun, the leader of Japan's North Korea fan club called sengun-joshi, or military-first girls, attends a rehearsal of a Moranbong Band dance before a North Korea fan event in Tokyo, Japan October 29, 2017
    • North Korea fans attend a North Korea fan event in Tokyo, Japan October 29, 2017. Picture taken October 29, 2017
    • A member of Japan's North Korea fan club called sengun-joshi, or military-first girls, is seen in front of books of North Korea during their Moranbong Band dance practice in Tokyo, Japan October 22, 2017
    • Chunhun, the leader of Japan's North Korea fan club called sengun-joshi, or military-first girls, puts on North Korean make-up in Tokyo, Japan September 21, 2017. Picture taken September 21, 2017
    • Chunhun, the leader of Japan's North Korea fan club called sengun-joshi, or military-first girls, smiles as she practices a Moranbong Band dance in front of portraits of North Korea founder Kim Il Sung and late leader Kim Jong Il in Tokyo, Japan October 22, 2017. Picture taken October 22, 2017
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    Chunhun (a la izquierda), la líder del club de fanes 'Sengun-joshi' ('Chicas militares ante todo'), posando para un selfi con una compañera y con los retratos del fundador de la RPDC, Kim Il-sung, y del segundo líder del país, Kim Jong-il.

    Un grupo de jóvenes japonesas ha formado un club de fanes de Corea del Norte. Acusadas por algunos de espionaje, las chicas aclaran que se trata de un interés puramente cultural.

    Las jóvenes se llaman a sí mismas 'Sengun-joshi', que al español podría traducirse como 'Chicas militares ante todo'. Les encanta vestir el uniforme norcoreano y promueven la cocina y las danzas al estilo de la República Popular Democrática de Corea.

    A menudo organizan conciertos, donde interpretan canciones de la banda norcoreana Moranbong, el grupo de pop favorito de Kim Jong-un. Por si fuera poco, las jóvenes usan cosméticos de Corea del Norte, que adquieren en tiendas chinas en la frontera con la RPDC.

    Dado que en la actualidad Japón está enfrentado con Corea del Norte y sometido a posibles ataques de Pyongyang, este club de fanes no es bien recibido en casa.

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    Corea del Norte, Japón
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