North Korea's official cheering squad has been putting on a display of fierce, highly choreographed singing and waving, however, according to a report by Business Insider, they are unlike any other cheerleaders in any other kind of sport. Reportedly, their songs and chants are strange, compared to the cheers heard at other sporting events. And, the cheerleaders will be jailed if they make a wrong step. There are 230 women in the cheerleading squad who stay on a massive ferry — the Mangyongbong-92 — so that they don't experience too much of the South, or choose to defect. In 2006, around 21 members of the squad were sent to a prison camp after talking about what they had seen in South Korea on a university games tour.

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