• 28 BANNED PHOTOS THAT WERE SECRETLY SMUGGLED OUT OF NORTH KOREA

    28 Banned Photos That Were Secretly Smuggled Out Of North Korea. The entire country is shrouded in both literal and figurative darkness, making it one of the most mysterious places in the world. Not many outsiders have a chance to visit North Korea -in fact, it's nearly impossible for American to venture in without a pricey and heavily regulated visa. One photographer, Eric Lafforgue managed to visit the world's most peculiar and talked-about nation six times, and the photos he took there are truly compelling. For those that make it inside North Korea's borders, photography is highly-restricted and frowned upon. Using memory cards that he had to smuggle out of the country illegally, Lafforgue was able to share North Korea with the world in a way it has never been seen before. See the pho...

    published: 15 Jul 2016
  • 10 Illegal Photos Smuggled Out Of North Korea

    Top 10 Illegal Photos Smuggled Out Of North Korea Subscribe to Top 10s ► https://goo.gl/zvGBHe Description: Charlie from Top 10s counts down the the top 10 Illegal Photos Smuggled Out Of North Korea! Social media: Subscribe ► https://goo.gl/zvGBHe Twitter ► https://goo.gl/VGwAQF Instagram ► https://goo.gl/9xUb4m Snapchat ► https://goo.gl/TDvT5e Google+ ► https://goo.gl/KhVsyt Featuring: Not Enough Resources Child Labour Barricade Roads Armies Dangerous Building Desperate Business Shopping Restrictions Eating Grass Barbed Wire Gunship For issues or inquires please email toptens@europe.com or message via YouTube. Top 10s is the best YouTube channel for top 10 style list-based videos of facts, amazing photos, people you won’t believe actually exist, trends, YouTubers and more. Intro mus...

    published: 04 Jan 2017
  • North Korea Trip (2011) ~ Less Legal Videos+Photos & Commentary!

    This is 20 min. a compilation of my trip to North-Korea (2011). It features unique footage of many things we saw and I make comments on most of the scenes. If you've got any questions or remarks, feel free to drop them down here! ===Update 06-04-2012=== Finally fixed the subtitles! ===Update 24-04-2012=== Over 30,000 views! While making this movie I aimed for some 1,000 views! Thank you all for watching!

    published: 28 Jan 2012
  • Inside North Korea Shock video and photos show true horror of Kim Jong-un's evil regime

    Our reporter at the border uncovers the true story of North Korea that warmongering Kim Jong-un does not want the outside world to see A child of around 10 sits dying of starvation by the side of the road while just yards away soldiers load enough rice on to trucks to feed families for weeks. As the young boy slumps on the grimy kerb in his filthy, oversized army jacket, locals stroll past zombie-style without even glancing in his direction or displaying an ounce of pity for his wretched plight. Nearby his friends scavenge in disease-ridden rubbish tips for scraps of what might pass for food in a land where people are so poor they are forced to eat tree bark or even corpses, according to those on the inside. Read the latest live reaction and updates as horrors of Kim Jong-un's brutal r...

    published: 27 May 2013
  • Footage From Inside The North Korea - Documentary 2017 [HD]

    Footage From Inside The North Korea - Documentary 2017 [HD] North Korea Documentary * Subscribe for more Scientific & Technological Videos * Like & Share * go to our website http://www.advexon.com * Share your ideas and comment

    published: 01 Mar 2017
  • 27 Bizzare Photos North Korea Doesn't Want You To See

    From scary and weird; to strange and unsettling; These are 27 BIZARRE Photos North Korea Doesn't Want You To See Subscribe to American Eye http://goo.gl/GBphkv No Photos Allowed 26. CENSROED 25. North Korea at Night 24. CENSORED 23. Thriving Capital? 21. Pyongyang Subway System 20. Dolphin Aquarium 19. Shopping in North Korea 18. Internet Not Available 17. Soldier Selfie 16. The Supreme Ruler Kim Jung Un is without a doubt the wealthiest citizen of North Korea and in case you were wondering why they suffer from famines, all you have to do is take one good look at him to understand why. Even NorthKorea’s closest ally of China has criticized him for his weight problem and he’s actually demanded them to stop. China’s social media has called him things such as Kim the Fat or Kim H...

    published: 15 Apr 2017
  • Holiday In North Korea: A Rare Look Inside The Secretive State - Part 1

    Holiday In North Korea: A Rare Look Inside The Secretive State - Part 1 SUBSCRIBE:http://bit.ly/Oc61Hj We upload a new incredible video every weekday. Subscribe to our YouTube channel so you don't miss out: http://bit.ly/Oc61Hj NORTH KOREA has closed its borders in fear of the spread of the Ebola virus. But at a time when the secretive state was still welcoming tourists, former aid worker Andrew Macleod made the journey to the repressive nation. Andrew’s holiday snaps and camera footage provide a unique insight into the reclusive country, where he came across deserted motorways, metro stations plastered with propaganda and attractive border guards. Videographer / Director: Andrew Mcleod Producer: Rebecca Lewis Editor: Ian Phillips For more compelling footage of the amazing side of life:...

    published: 04 Nov 2014
  • 'The Privileged' Store in North Korea - Part 1

    http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/oct/07/north-korea-privileged-pyongyang-daily-life ==================================================== Ok, so this is my 46th video that I uploaded, many people asked me.. "How could you upload youtube video in NK?". "He uploads the video after he back to Indonesia, because he didn't dare if he upload directly from NK". Nope..that is not entirely True.. The answer is.. I already back to Indonesia, and currently I live in Indonesia.. My first 23 videos was uploaded when I was in North Korea. The most different thing that when I uploaded video in NK, for a 15 minute video needed two days to upload, because the internet there was unstable due to electricity on off several times in a day..I can’t subscribe for cellular internet mobile because its wa...

    published: 17 Aug 2016
  • BEYOND THE TOURISM - North Korea Day 5

    DAY 1185 // 3RD AUGUST 2016 // Pyongyang, North Korea Our 5th day in North Korea the most isolated nation on earth! I’m trying to focus on positive things in the country and combat the purely negative image we see in the Media. JOIN THE CLUB! http://livetheadventure.club Lane Youtube // https://www.youtube.com/user/jesusfreaklancifer Twitter // https://twitter.com/Lancifer Instagram // https://www.instagram.com/LanciferMusic/ upload video answers to youtube unlisted (IN LANDSCAPE) and email me the link at submissions@funforlouis.com follow what i'm up to http://www.twitter.com/funforlouis http://www.facebook.com/funforlouis http://www.instagram.com/funforlouis http://www.funforlouis.tumblr.com Snap chat: FunForLouis Make sure you subscribe for DAILY VLOGS! Big thanks to the Music b...

    published: 14 Aug 2016
  • Kim Jong Un Visit Ryomyong the New Buildings Neighborhood of Pyongyang [CC]

    © Korean Central Television [Subtitles are Generated After a Few Minutes of Video Upload - Active and Select the Subtitles Icon from the Menu and Select your Language Translation] Pyongyang, March 16 (KCNA) -- Kim Jong Un, chairman of the Workers' Party of Korea, chairman of the State Affairs Commission of the DPRK and supreme commander of the Korean People's Army, provided field guidance to Ryomyong Street under construction again. After arriving at the street construction site early in the morning, he watched the brightly illuminated street, his face beaming with a broad smile. He said that the street looked wonderful in daytime, adding it looked spectacular in the dark, too. He was pleased with scenery, noting that words would fail to fully describe the beautiful and fascina...

    published: 16 Mar 2017
  • North Korea Looks Strangely Dark From Space In Asia Fly-Over | Video

    Starting over Bangkok and flying over Hanoi, the Hainan Islands, Hong Kong and more, these spectacular nighttime views of the major Asia cities were captured from the ISS. With the exception of Pyongong, most of North Korea is dark. Credit: Earth Science and Remote Sensing Unit, NASA-Johnson Space Center

    published: 01 Aug 2014
  • The Pyongyang 60-80s / Пхеньян 60-80х

    The photos of the nice young Pyongyang city of the North Korea the Retro time Музыка Поль Мориа - Доброе Утро Music Paul Mauriat - Good Morning

    published: 19 Nov 2011
  • The North Korea I wasnt meant to see

    My military minder tells me to turn my camera off and it soon becomes clear why. The poverty I see through the bus window is not the view of North Korea the regime wants to be seen. We are traveling from Hyangsan, three hours north of Pyongyang back to the capital but the main road and the sanctioned route has been flooded. This is the only way back. Buildings are in disrepair, some barely look inhabitable. Residents of this small town walk or sit by the side of the road, many seeming to have little to do. A number of official-looking men dressed in brown Mao suits stand silently on street corners. It is impossible to know who they are or which element of the party or military they might work for but they clearly seem to be observing. Despite the driver traveling as quickly as possible...

    published: 06 Aug 2013
  • AMAZING VIDEO: Pyongyang from above: ISS camera glimpses inside North Korea

    AMAZING VIDEO: Pyongyang from above: ISS camera glimpses inside North Korea New satellite images captured by a high-tech camera on the International Space Station (ISS) offer a rare insight into life on the ground in North Korea’s capital, Pyongyang. The ultra-high-definition camera by Canadian company UrtheCast was installed on the station in 2014, and constantly records highly-detailed images of Earth as the ISS orbits above. Video footage of Pyongyang reveals very little visible activity for a city with a population of over 3.2 million people. Fewer than two dozen cars are seen moving around the downtown area and very few people are visible. A number of the city’s landmarks, including its Arch of Triumph, Kim Il-sung Stadium, and the Chinese Embassy, can be clearly seen. The Kumsus...

    published: 17 Oct 2016
  • NORTH KOREA: Forbidden Scenes

    Prohibited images from North Korea

    published: 14 Nov 2012
  • Fascinating Photos From Architecture Tour Of North Korea’s Capital Pyongyang

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    published: 31 Dec 2016
28 BANNED PHOTOS THAT WERE SECRETLY SMUGGLED OUT OF NORTH KOREA

28 BANNED PHOTOS THAT WERE SECRETLY SMUGGLED OUT OF NORTH KOREA

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28 Banned Photos That Were Secretly Smuggled Out Of North Korea. The entire country is shrouded in both literal and figurative darkness, making it one of the most mysterious places in the world. Not many outsiders have a chance to visit North Korea -in fact, it's nearly impossible for American to venture in without a pricey and heavily regulated visa. One photographer, Eric Lafforgue managed to visit the world's most peculiar and talked-about nation six times, and the photos he took there are truly compelling. For those that make it inside North Korea's borders, photography is highly-restricted and frowned upon. Using memory cards that he had to smuggle out of the country illegally, Lafforgue was able to share North Korea with the world in a way it has never been seen before. See the photos, along with Lafforgue's descriptions, below. #1. ‘This soldier was sleeping in a field. This picture really contributed to me getting banned from the country.’ #2. A woman standing in the middle of a crowd of soldiers. This picture is not supposed to be taken as officials do not allow army pictures. #3. ‘The North Korean army is said to be one of the most important in the world. But if you travel there, you’ll often see soldiers doing menial tasks like helping farmers.’ #4. ‘Outside urban areas, such a scene is fairly common.’ #5. ‘Pyongyang’s subway system is the deepest in the world as it doubles as a bomb shelter. Someone saw me taking this picture and told me to delete it since it included the tunnel.’ #6. ‘The North Korean officials hate when you take this kind of picture. Even when I explain that poverty exists all around the world, in my own country as well, they forbid me from taking pictures of the poor.’ #7. ‘When times are hard (as they usually are here), kids can be found working for the farming collectives.’ #8. ‘For a long time, bans against black market sales have been strictly enforced. Grey market vendors are more common. They earn a little money selling cigarettes or sweets.’ #9. ‘On the day of the Kimjongilia festival, thousands of North Koreans must queue up to visit various monuments.' #10. ‘Pyongyang is supposed to be the showcase of North Korea, so building exteriors are carefully maintained. When you get a rare chance to look inside, the bleak truth becomes apparent.’ #11. ‘As cars have become more widespread in Pyongyang, the peasants are still getting accustomed to seeing them. Kids play in the middle of the main avenues just like before when there were no cars in sight.’ #12. ‘One night, on the way back to the hotel my bus had to take an alternate route due to street closures. As we passed by old buildings, the guides asked me not to shoot with flash. The official reason was to avoid scaring people.’ #13. ‘A visit to a rural home. Those houses and the families who live there are carefully selected by the government. But sometimes, a detail like a bathroom used as a cistern shows that times are hard.’ #14. ‘Public transportation connecting the main towns is nearly non-existent. Citizens need permits to go from one place to another. On the highways, you can spot soldiers hitchhiking.’ #15. ‘Showing poverty is forbidden, but displaying wealth is also a big taboo in North Korea. In a park on a Sunday afternoon, I found this car that belongs to one of Pyongyang’s elite. The owners were having a BBQ.’ #16. ‘It is forbidden to take pictures of soldiers relaxing.’ #17. ‘It is also forbidden to photograph malnutrition.’ #18. ‘You can find all kinds of food and drink in Pyongyang’s two supermarkets where things are sold in both euros and wins. They even have Evian water. Only the elite can shop there.’ #19. ‘It’s not a circus, they are workers in a country with low safety standards.’ #20. ‘When visiting the delphinium in Pyongyang, you can photograph the animals, but not the soldiers who make up 99 per cent of the crowd.’ #21. ‘Paranoia is strong in North Korean minds. I took this picture at a funfair of a tired mother and child resting on a bench. I was asked to delete the picture since the guides were certain I would have said those people were homeless.’ #22. ‘This is never supposed to happen: a broom standing on the base of Kim Il Sung’s statue in Mansudae, in Pyongyang.’ #23. ‘This kind of picture is widespread in the west. The caption often explains that North Koreans eat grass from the park. The guides get furious if you take it.’ #24. ‘When you visit families, the guides love it if you take pics to show the world that kids have computers. But when they see there is no electricity, then they ask you to delete.’ #25. ‘It is absolutely forbidden to take a picture of the Kim statues from the back. It is considered very rude.’ #26. ‘Queuing is a national sport for North Koreans.’ This is the line for the bus. #27. This is what happens when the bus breaks down.
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10 Illegal Photos Smuggled Out Of North Korea

10 Illegal Photos Smuggled Out Of North Korea

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Top 10 Illegal Photos Smuggled Out Of North Korea Subscribe to Top 10s ► https://goo.gl/zvGBHe Description: Charlie from Top 10s counts down the the top 10 Illegal Photos Smuggled Out Of North Korea! Social media: Subscribe ► https://goo.gl/zvGBHe Twitter ► https://goo.gl/VGwAQF Instagram ► https://goo.gl/9xUb4m Snapchat ► https://goo.gl/TDvT5e Google+ ► https://goo.gl/KhVsyt Featuring: Not Enough Resources Child Labour Barricade Roads Armies Dangerous Building Desperate Business Shopping Restrictions Eating Grass Barbed Wire Gunship For issues or inquires please email toptens@europe.com or message via YouTube. Top 10s is the best YouTube channel for top 10 style list-based videos of facts, amazing photos, people you won’t believe actually exist, trends, YouTubers and more. Intro music: MRVLZ - Never https://soundcloud.com/mrvlz
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North Korea Trip (2011) ~ Less Legal Videos+Photos & Commentary!

North Korea Trip (2011) ~ Less Legal Videos+Photos & Commentary!

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This is 20 min. a compilation of my trip to North-Korea (2011). It features unique footage of many things we saw and I make comments on most of the scenes. If you've got any questions or remarks, feel free to drop them down here! ===Update 06-04-2012=== Finally fixed the subtitles! ===Update 24-04-2012=== Over 30,000 views! While making this movie I aimed for some 1,000 views! Thank you all for watching!
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Inside North Korea Shock video and photos show true horror of Kim Jong-un's evil regime

Inside North Korea Shock video and photos show true horror of Kim Jong-un's evil regime

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Our reporter at the border uncovers the true story of North Korea that warmongering Kim Jong-un does not want the outside world to see A child of around 10 sits dying of starvation by the side of the road while just yards away soldiers load enough rice on to trucks to feed families for weeks. As the young boy slumps on the grimy kerb in his filthy, oversized army jacket, locals stroll past zombie-style without even glancing in his direction or displaying an ounce of pity for his wretched plight. Nearby his friends scavenge in disease-ridden rubbish tips for scraps of what might pass for food in a land where people are so poor they are forced to eat tree bark or even corpses, according to those on the inside. Read the latest live reaction and updates as horrors of Kim Jong-un's brutal regime are laid bare in secret video here And not far away, prisoners are herded from their harsh labour camps to ­frantically dig out crops from frozen ground while trigger-happy troops hover over them waiting for the one wrong move that could end with death. This is the real North Korea. The one its warmongering leader Kim Jong-un does not want the outside world to see. And the vision of hell is a far cry from the Stalinist propaganda pictures peddled out on Wednesday showing smiling people hailing their great leader as if they are the happiest folk around in a land where all is rosy. The images, taken by brave campaigners desperate to reveal the truth of Kim's brutal regime, were handed to the Mirror as William Hague warned Pyongyang it faces harsher sanctions if it goes ahead with a fourth missile test. Speaking at a G8 summit in London, the Foreign Secretary said: "If the DPRK conducts another missile launch or nuclear test we have committed ourselves to take further ­significant measures. "We don't specify what those further significant measures are but clearly what we're talking about is in the field of ­sanctions." Mr Hague spoke as North Korea moved a missile launcher into position with a range of 2,180 miles amid fears it was training weapons on the US, Japan or Guam. Dictator Kim continued to ignore the plight of his starving people, while making sure the army was well stocked with food as he sends them to the front line in ­preparation for war with South Korea. Near the starving boy -- secretly filmed at Yang Gang county, near the Chinese border -- bags bursting with food were being hauled on to ­vehicles destined for the potential battle zones along with the soldiers and millions of pounds worth of weaponry. Among them were well-dressed young women in high heel boots. We watched the shocking footage of the misery Kim's regime is inflicting with Pastor Kim Seung-Eun, a cleric who has helped more than 1,000 North Koreans flee. Speaking at his home in the South, he said: "There are people in North Korea who are so hungry they have turned to cannibalism. "One man was shot dead, executed because he ate half of another human being and sold the rest as meat. People are living like animals in that country. "I do what I can to get as many out as possible but it is very, very dangerous, especially for the people on the inside who help me. "The person who filmed the footage of the boy focused on him for a reason. "Someone had told him this boy was dying by the side of the road and he went looking for him. "It is very distressing. Very upsetting, but I hope the world will be shocked by this footage and help more refugees and defectors to escape that dreadful place." The 48-year-old reverend has been sneaking defectors out of the North for several years often bribing hungry border guards and officials for help. It can cost him £5,000 in planning, rations, bribes for border guards, train and boat tickets. He has also helped bring out video images like the ones above. They are filmed by critics of the regime who face certain death if caught. Pastor Kim said: "I cannot tell you if I have been inside, to go to North Korea for South Koreans would be a huge crime. "But I have friends who take the camera back inside and film the real truth of North Korea. It is important people realise how bad it really is in there." These images show how dehumanised North Koreans have become under the Communist government. Human beings who can walk past children starving to death because they themselves do not have a scrap of food to help has seemingly become the norm. They are used to a daily diet of death and it has clearly hardened their senses. One piece of footage shows a border guard pointing his machine gun down the lens of the cameraman after he has been spotted.
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Footage From Inside The North Korea - Documentary 2017 [HD]

Footage From Inside The North Korea - Documentary 2017 [HD]

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Footage From Inside The North Korea - Documentary 2017 [HD] North Korea Documentary * Subscribe for more Scientific & Technological Videos * Like & Share * go to our website http://www.advexon.com * Share your ideas and comment
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27 Bizzare Photos North Korea Doesn't Want You To See

27 Bizzare Photos North Korea Doesn't Want You To See

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From scary and weird; to strange and unsettling; These are 27 BIZARRE Photos North Korea Doesn't Want You To See Subscribe to American Eye http://goo.gl/GBphkv No Photos Allowed 26. CENSROED 25. North Korea at Night 24. CENSORED 23. Thriving Capital? 21. Pyongyang Subway System 20. Dolphin Aquarium 19. Shopping in North Korea 18. Internet Not Available 17. Soldier Selfie 16. The Supreme Ruler Kim Jung Un is without a doubt the wealthiest citizen of North Korea and in case you were wondering why they suffer from famines, all you have to do is take one good look at him to understand why. Even NorthKorea’s closest ally of China has criticized him for his weight problem and he’s actually demanded them to stop. China’s social media has called him things such as Kim the Fat or Kim Half Moon. Maybe they should really call him kim Jung Unhealthy. Maybe we shouldn’t trust this guy with nuclear weapons. 15. Food Production North Korea never really experienced massive food shortages until Kim Jong Un was born in the 1980’s. Coincidence? North Korea doesn’t want you to know that he’s been stashing it all for himself. This photo shows Kim Jong Un inspecting agricultural products but he might need some alone time. 14. Pure Bliss Here in this photo we see him at what Kim Jung Un at a cheese factory in North Korea is rumored to have an addiction to Swiss Cheese, especially after living there as a kid. However, this is kind of a luxury and since North Korea can’t obtain Swiss Cheese too easily, he’s trying to make it himself. 12. Eye Doctor North Korea lacks any kind of modern day medical equipment and due to the malnutrician, more and more people are being diagnosed with cataracts, leading blindness. In 2017, National Geographic released a documentary about an doctor from Nepal curing hundreds north korean Citizens. This man in the red shirt can see perfectly for the first time in years and won’t be thanking the doctor for his hard work but the supreme leader of North Korea for allowing such an opportunity. 9. North Korea Airlines In case you were wondering, yes North Korea does have an airlines called Air Koryo and taking photos in flight normally isn’t allowed! This photographer was able to get a few good ones. It really actually doesn’t seem as bad as you might imagine and the food looks alright, as you can see from this photo of what’s served on a flight from Malaysia. But they might not want you to know that they don’t have the best aircraft available and this one in the photo with the flight attendants is from the1950’s! 6. The Military Here in this photo we see a group of North Korean Soldiers marching during a military day parade. This country has a surprisingly strong army with an even stronger ally in China. As of 2015, with a total of 78, North Korea is the world leader in possession of submarines although this statistic is slightly debated. Nonetheless, they have an intimidating fleet of subs that are primarily used for coastal attacks. 5. Grass Season We’re not exactly sure why this guy is picking up grass but some people claim that when food is running low, citizens are forced to eat grass found in fields. It could simply be used as food for livestock or other animals but after taking a look at this guy you might be convinced he is going to eat it. The tour guide really didn’t want him to take a photo of it. What do you believe? 4. Waiting in Line Most places in North Korea forbid people from owning car, fearing that they might be able to use it for an escape. The public transportation isn’t the best in the world and huge lines will form in order to catch a designated bus to work. 3. Where Are His Parents Life expectancy in North Korea has plummeted by 5 years since the 1960’s and most workers in this country earn 2-3 dollars each month from the government. Normally during a good month, they might make $10 from selling goods at markets. Here we see a rogue child standing in the middle of the street for no apparent reason, without supervision, 2. Grab Your Bike Outside of major cities cars are just non existent and bikes are the most common form of getting around here by a longshot. Seeing a car would almost be like seeing a flying saucer for these people. Here we see several villagers on their bikes and due to a national fuel shortage and lack of income, it seems like it’s gonna be like that for a while. 1.The Arch of Reunification
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Holiday In North Korea: A Rare Look Inside The Secretive State - Part 1

Holiday In North Korea: A Rare Look Inside The Secretive State - Part 1

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Holiday In North Korea: A Rare Look Inside The Secretive State - Part 1 SUBSCRIBE:http://bit.ly/Oc61Hj We upload a new incredible video every weekday. Subscribe to our YouTube channel so you don't miss out: http://bit.ly/Oc61Hj NORTH KOREA has closed its borders in fear of the spread of the Ebola virus. But at a time when the secretive state was still welcoming tourists, former aid worker Andrew Macleod made the journey to the repressive nation. Andrew’s holiday snaps and camera footage provide a unique insight into the reclusive country, where he came across deserted motorways, metro stations plastered with propaganda and attractive border guards. Videographer / Director: Andrew Mcleod Producer: Rebecca Lewis Editor: Ian Phillips For more compelling footage of the amazing side of life: FACEBOOK: Like Barcroft TV - https://www.Facebook.com/BarcroftTV TWITTER: Follow @Barcroft_TV - https://www.Twitter.com/Barcroft_TV WEBSITE: For licensing & business enquiries, visit the Barcroft Media site - https://www.Barcroftmedia.com
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'The Privileged' Store in North Korea - Part 1

'The Privileged' Store in North Korea - Part 1

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http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/oct/07/north-korea-privileged-pyongyang-daily-life ==================================================== Ok, so this is my 46th video that I uploaded, many people asked me.. "How could you upload youtube video in NK?". "He uploads the video after he back to Indonesia, because he didn't dare if he upload directly from NK". Nope..that is not entirely True.. The answer is.. I already back to Indonesia, and currently I live in Indonesia.. My first 23 videos was uploaded when I was in North Korea. The most different thing that when I uploaded video in NK, for a 15 minute video needed two days to upload, because the internet there was unstable due to electricity on off several times in a day..I can’t subscribe for cellular internet mobile because its way too expensive and..not reliable too... but..when in Indonesia, I can choose which provider for internet and to upload a 15 minute video need only few minutes... -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- OK.. back to this video.. I was going to a store which was located inside the Diplomatic Compound in Munsu District, behind Vietnam Embassy (you can check it out in Google Maps) Sure..because these videos is about my daily life in NK...so I only posted about my routines things that I am doing in NK). This store named Pyongyang Shop, which only several people who can access inside, only Foreigners and local Korean people who can get permission to be inside Diplomatic Compound (usually Korean people who works for foreign Organisations and embassies). Btw.. sorry for bad English and Korean.. Any viewers who understand Korean language might be laughing hearing me trying to make conversations with the locals..please pardon me ====================================== Read these links for more information: 1. http://www.timeout.com/seoul/art/instagrams-from-north-korea 2. http://www.rappler.com/indonesia/128224-pengalaman-tinggal-di-korea-utara-jaka-parker 3. http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/oct/07/north-korea-privileged-pyongyang-daily-life 4. http://www.nkeconwatch.com/2016/02/04/inofficial-and-official-exchange-rates-in-north-korea-what-is-the-gap/ 5. https://www.nknews.org/2015/10/residents-respond-how-accurate-is-press-coverage-of-n-korean-life/ 6. http://www.vocativ.com/213820/these-instagram-pictures-came-out-of-north-korea/ 7. http://www.businessinsider.co.id/these-10-instagrammers-show-us-life-inside-north-korea-2015-5/10/#.Vzgt0JN96Rs 8. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/worldviews/wp/2016/02/15/the-latest-global-metropolis-to-introduce-car-rationing-pyongyang/ 9. http://all-that-is-interesting.com/north-korean-street-food 10. http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/ever-wondered-what-north-korean-8080912 11. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2638213/Tourist-took-camera-inside-North-Korea-expected-really-really-sad-people-shocked-seemingly-ordinary-lives-citizens.html 12. http://all-that-is-interesting.com/daily-life-in-north-korea-pyongyang ======================================= Want to see daily life in North Korea? Please follow my instagram account: https://www.instagram.com/jakaparker/ =======================================
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BEYOND THE TOURISM - North Korea Day 5

BEYOND THE TOURISM - North Korea Day 5

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DAY 1185 // 3RD AUGUST 2016 // Pyongyang, North Korea Our 5th day in North Korea the most isolated nation on earth! I’m trying to focus on positive things in the country and combat the purely negative image we see in the Media. JOIN THE CLUB! http://livetheadventure.club Lane Youtube // https://www.youtube.com/user/jesusfreaklancifer Twitter // https://twitter.com/Lancifer Instagram // https://www.instagram.com/LanciferMusic/ upload video answers to youtube unlisted (IN LANDSCAPE) and email me the link at submissions@funforlouis.com follow what i'm up to http://www.twitter.com/funforlouis http://www.facebook.com/funforlouis http://www.instagram.com/funforlouis http://www.funforlouis.tumblr.com Snap chat: FunForLouis Make sure you subscribe for DAILY VLOGS! Big thanks to the Music by… https://soundcloud.com/beatchild https://soundcloud.com/gbeats Music wanted!! If you are a music producer and would like me to use your music (funky jazz hiphop vibes) please email me at submissions@funforlouis.com All filmed on a Sony A7S ii, A7Rii & Sony rx100iv , and a go pro hero session
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Kim Jong Un Visit Ryomyong the New Buildings Neighborhood of Pyongyang [CC]

Kim Jong Un Visit Ryomyong the New Buildings Neighborhood of Pyongyang [CC]

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© Korean Central Television [Subtitles are Generated After a Few Minutes of Video Upload - Active and Select the Subtitles Icon from the Menu and Select your Language Translation] Pyongyang, March 16 (KCNA) -- Kim Jong Un, chairman of the Workers' Party of Korea, chairman of the State Affairs Commission of the DPRK and supreme commander of the Korean People's Army, provided field guidance to Ryomyong Street under construction again. After arriving at the street construction site early in the morning, he watched the brightly illuminated street, his face beaming with a broad smile. He said that the street looked wonderful in daytime, adding it looked spectacular in the dark, too. He was pleased with scenery, noting that words would fail to fully describe the beautiful and fascinating scene of the illuminated street. He went round various parts of the street to learn in detail about its construction. Learning that the outer walls of the 70-storeyed apartment house were successfully tiled in a short span of time in an impeccable manner by solving the scientific and technological issue arising in tiling outer wall in cold weather, he said that it looks very nice. It was a good idea to install solar panels on the sunny wall so that they may have decorative effect and generate electricity, he added. He said that not only skyscraping apartment houses but also multi- storeyed apartment houses have been built in such a peculiar style that they have their features, stressing that Ryomyong Street where both architectural structures stand in good harmony is an icon and standard of modern avenue. He said he felt as if he were seeing the happy people who would settle in Ryomyong Street. He noted he was very pleased to think that he became able to keep the promise he made to people to complete the construction of the street till the Day of the Sun and that he would soon share again joy with them. He called for doing whatever difficult job under any circumstances, if it is favored by the people and if it is in their interests. He set forth tasks to be fulfilled to wind up the construction of the street. Ryomyong Street, which is under way with self-reliance and self-development as the dynamic force, will shine as a street reflecting the Party's plan to build a powerful country without fail despite vicious obstructions of the U.S. imperialists and other hostile forces, a street built with the might of a harmonious whole of the Party and the masses, a street at a high-level of socialist civilization, a street demonstrating the inexhaustible economic potentials of Juche Korea and a fairyland in the era of the Workers' Party, which tells the world it can do anything if it has a will and live better than others in its style, he stressed. He said only 30 days are left before the Day of the Sun. He ardently called again upon all the builders to dash ahead like the wind towards the finish line and thus successfully build the street as a monumental edifice in the era of the Workers' Party and strikingly demonstrate the invincible national power of socialist Korea. Accompanying him were Hwang Pyong So, Kim Jong Gwan and Ma Won Chun.
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North Korea Looks Strangely Dark From Space In Asia Fly-Over | Video

North Korea Looks Strangely Dark From Space In Asia Fly-Over | Video

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Starting over Bangkok and flying over Hanoi, the Hainan Islands, Hong Kong and more, these spectacular nighttime views of the major Asia cities were captured from the ISS. With the exception of Pyongong, most of North Korea is dark. Credit: Earth Science and Remote Sensing Unit, NASA-Johnson Space Center
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The Pyongyang 60-80s  / Пхеньян 60-80х

The Pyongyang 60-80s / Пхеньян 60-80х

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The photos of the nice young Pyongyang city of the North Korea the Retro time Музыка Поль Мориа - Доброе Утро Music Paul Mauriat - Good Morning
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The North Korea I wasnt meant to see

The North Korea I wasnt meant to see

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My military minder tells me to turn my camera off and it soon becomes clear why. The poverty I see through the bus window is not the view of North Korea the regime wants to be seen. We are traveling from Hyangsan, three hours north of Pyongyang back to the capital but the main road and the sanctioned route has been flooded. This is the only way back. Buildings are in disrepair, some barely look inhabitable. Residents of this small town walk or sit by the side of the road, many seeming to have little to do. A number of official-looking men dressed in brown Mao suits stand silently on street corners. It is impossible to know who they are or which element of the party or military they might work for but they clearly seem to be observing. Despite the driver traveling as quickly as possible through these inhabited areas, you could still sense the local community being monitored. Dozens of men are working on the outskirts of town, building a stone wall between their crops and the swollen river. Boulders and stones are carried by hand and stacked without adhesive. This intensive labor force is seen repeatedly in the North Korean countryside, but I see no heavy equipment to help building or farming. One man trims hedges with a rusty scythe, other men repair part of the pavement with small hand held pick axes. Cars are rare, most people either walk or cycle.
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AMAZING VIDEO: Pyongyang from above: ISS camera glimpses inside North Korea

AMAZING VIDEO: Pyongyang from above: ISS camera glimpses inside North Korea

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AMAZING VIDEO: Pyongyang from above: ISS camera glimpses inside North Korea New satellite images captured by a high-tech camera on the International Space Station (ISS) offer a rare insight into life on the ground in North Korea’s capital, Pyongyang. The ultra-high-definition camera by Canadian company UrtheCast was installed on the station in 2014, and constantly records highly-detailed images of Earth as the ISS orbits above. Video footage of Pyongyang reveals very little visible activity for a city with a population of over 3.2 million people. Fewer than two dozen cars are seen moving around the downtown area and very few people are visible. A number of the city’s landmarks, including its Arch of Triumph, Kim Il-sung Stadium, and the Chinese Embassy, can be clearly seen. The Kumsusan Palace of the Sun, which houses the bodies of the founder of North Korea Kim Il-sung and his son and successor, Kim Jong-il, was also filmed. Given that the ISS is traveling about 400 kilometers (250 miles) overhead at about 27,600 km/h (17,150 mph), the resulting high-def images can be blurry and somewhat distorted, so ‘corrective’ software has been used to clear up the camera’s focus. The footage of North Korea was captured on May 30 and recently released by UrtheCast in a blog. Thanks For Watching Kiwi in Munich For All Your Police Brutality Videos SUBSCRIBE to Kiwi in Munich https://www.youtube.com/c/KiwiinMunichScott Please Subscribe To Kiwi In Munich "Bestofcrap Channel" Weblink http://www.bestofcrap.online Subscribe To Kiwi In Munich - Bestofcrap Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/bestofcrap Subscribe To Kiwi In Munich - Bestofcrap Dailymotion Channel http://www.dailymotion.com/bestofcrap SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE POLICE BRUTALITY
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NORTH KOREA: Forbidden Scenes

NORTH KOREA: Forbidden Scenes

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Prohibited images from North Korea
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Fascinating Photos From Architecture Tour Of North Korea’s Capital Pyongyang

Fascinating Photos From Architecture Tour Of North Korea’s Capital Pyongyang

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