Drug problem in North Korea continues to grow
January 28 , 2014
Drug problems in North Korea are quite well documented and the Los Angeles Times has further investigated into the matter.
"If you go to somebody's house it is a polite way to greet somebody by offering them a sniff," a North Korean said. "It is like drinking coffee when you're sleepy, but ice is so much better."
Everyone in the impoverished nation seems to want to be Walter White after the state got out of the meth business. A former minor who tried doing everything else was finally left with no option but to start dealing meth. "It was just enough money that I could buy rice to eat and coal for heating," she said.
A former meth dealer spoke about his experience and said he continued to do bad things since everyone else was as well.