And according to Korean media, the demand is being quite high.
If you are familiar with Netflix, platform where you can watch movies and series, North Korea decided to launch a system more or less equivalent to this.
However, in the country, the system is called ‘Manbang’ and people can mostly watch documentaries.
Overall, the service offers five channels, including one with Russian and other programming and English, where anyone who wants to, can learn languages.
In addition to watching television, tells the BBC that users can also access the newspaper of the state and keep abreast of the news of the Korean news agency.
In May, a British researcher has discovered a social network – like Facebook, tells the BBC – a North Korean address. However, it turned out to not be online for a long time, from the moment it began to grow the number of people to create a profile.