Many people have no idea you can actually visit the place, and have no idea about the existence of travel blogs like these. I hope I can shed some light with this post.
All of these were bought from a souvenir shop in North Korea. You could also buy stamps in similar fashion and could send these postcards to your friends back home. […]
If you are hesitating whether or not to book a trip to North Korea, there is an important question which will undoubtedly play a big role in that decision. Can […]
Photographs from my visit to the Grand People’s Study House in Pyongyang, surprisingly modern!
Visiting the Kumsusan Palace of the Sun – the last resting place of the two previous leaders of the DPRK, Kim Jong-Un’s father and grandfather – was perhaps the most […]
A short glance at the architecture of average buildings in North Korea. Housing is provided to all North Korean citizens for free by the government, as soon as a household […]
Perhaps one of the most well known images of North Korea: mass dances. Whether it concerns a dance on the streets or a very impressive Arirang Games dance, the Koreans know […]
The Demilitarized Zone is the big border across the 38th parallel which separates North Korea from South Korea. It is considered the most military active and dangerous border in the […]