• 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
  • UNBELIEVABLE Photos Taken in North Korea

    From kim jong un hanging out with dennis Rodman to border guards along the dmz here are 32 Unbelievable photos taken from north korea Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr #10 - Even in The Train Even here, as shown in this picture, you can expect to see photographs of the country’s great leaders. They make sure to remind you who’s boss at every turn and corner. 9.Harsh Conditions Tour guides forbid you of taking any kind of photos of malnutrition going on in the country. However these kids were spotted collecting grains of corn from the ground. You can tell from the expressions on their face that they’re hungry and are unsure what will be in store for the future. #8 - The Yanggakdo International Hotel This is the hotel that most foreign visitors stay when they come to vi...

    published: 12 Jul 2017
  • 35 ILLEGAL PHOTOS THAT WERE SECRETLY SMUGGLED OUT OF NORTH KOREA

    35 Illegal Photos That Were Secretly Smuggled Out Of North Korea. Sometimes, it feels like the entire world is accessible to us: International travel is easier than ever before, and even if we can't make a trip we have the internet and social media to provide us a window into the world. 1. He took this photo of a customs declaration form revealing the items banned from being brought into the country (the list is quite long). Additionally, everyone's laptop was searched for "controversial" content. 2. His visit started with a train journey from the Chinese city of Dandong to the North Korean capital of Pyongyang. 3. Dandong station is one of the only entry points into North Korea for foreigners. This is where his journey started. 4. Here, a young boy checks out the railway works during ...

    published: 28 Mar 2017
  • Pyongyang Corée Du Nord Vue Du Ciel 20151210

    Photographe basé à Singapour Aram Pan de la RPDC 360 a passé quelques années, a la création d'images révolutionnaires à l'intérieur des frontières de la Corée du Nord. Son dernier exploit, devenir les premiers étrangers à voler au-dessus de Pyongyang dans un avion léger construit en Corée du Nord. "Nous travaillons ensemble pour essayer de repousser les limites de ce qui peut être réalisé en Corée du Nord", dit Pan. «Nous travaillons constamment avec les autorités locales afin de réaliser au mieux notre travaille." "Depuis 2013, je suis autorisé à faire des choses qui n’était pas possibles auparavant et j’ai ouvert des voies avec de nouvelles possibilités pour les medias." Dans le royaume du secret Dès l'année dernière, Pan à demander au gouvernement nord-coréen la permission de tirer de...

    published: 12 Dec 2015
  • Anti-Pyongyang activists tear Kim Jong Un's photo in Olympic protest

    Anti-Pyongyang activists on Wednesday ripped photos of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in the latest protests in Seoul against South Korea's outreach to North Korea over next month's Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.

    published: 24 Jan 2018
  • Snapshots of Daily Life In Pyongyang, North Korea kim jong-un

    Snapshots of Daily Life In Pyongyang, North Korea North Korea Photos and pictures from around Pyongyang Kim Jong-Un and Pyongyang North Korea don't look so bad from these photos. Would you visit Pyongyang North Korea? Why or why not? #NorthKorea #Pyongyang

    published: 25 Dec 2017
  • Pyongyang releases images of Kim Jong Un monitoring launch

    The DPRK state media KCNA has released photos showing leader Kim Jong Un monitoring the launch of a Hwasong-15 missile. Pyongyang claimed it successfully tested a new intercontinental ballistic missile on Wednesday, in a "breakthrough" that puts the US mainland within range. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download our APP on Apple Store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download our APP on Google Play (Android): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChinaGlobalTVNetwork/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cgtn/?hl=zh-cn Twitter: https://twitter.com/CGTNOfficial Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/CGTNOfficial/ Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ We...

    published: 30 Nov 2017
  • North Korean Tells Me to Delete Photos *Deleted Censorship*

    North Korean Guide Forces me to Delete photos. The whole time I was recording on GOPRO. I tried to recover the deleted photos but wasn't able to. This is taken from my Trip to North Korea back in January. Social Twitter: https://twitter.com/vexxedb4c Discord: discord.gg/vexxed SnapChat: fakevexxed

    published: 20 Mar 2017
  • 12 Surprising Facts You May Not Know About Kim Jong-un / North Korea

    1. Kim Jong-il had a supernatural birth Move over Jesus. Based on Kim Jong-iI’s official biography, he was born on Korea’s most sacred mountain, Mt. Baekdu. At the moment of his birth, a new star formed and illuminated the sky -- the seasons suddenly changed from winter to spring and a double rainbow appeared. Beautiful but Soviet records paint a far more boring picture. Kim Jong-iI seems to have been born in 1941, in the Siberian village of Vyatskoye. 2. Kim Jong-il is a fashion icon In 2010, the North Korean media decided that Kim Jong-il’s fashion had taken the world by storm. The rest of the world knows that this never happened. 3. The world loved Kim Jong-il North Korea has a particularly bad reputation in the world, but the North Koreans are oblivious of that fact. They are...

    published: 14 Feb 2018
  • Pyongyang Street Food - North Korea

    READ THE DESCRIPTION! 👇 I'm Indonesian. I was going to a street food stall at Bugsae Street in Pyongyang. I don't buy many kinds of food, since we are moslem, my wife and I try to be careful in choosing food. We only buy food that contain vegetable or seafood or rice and flour. -------------------------------------------------------- http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/oct/07/north-korea-privileged-pyongyang-daily-life =========== These videos is about my daily life in NK...so I only posted about my routines things that I am doing in NK). 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://...

    published: 02 May 2016
  • Top 10 Tourist Attractions in North Korea Pyongyang Travel Video Guide Documentary HD

    https://www.facebook.com/learnwithsyed WARNING: Some governments advise against all travel to North Korea due to the uncertain security situation caused by North Korea’s nuclear weapons development program and highly authoritarian and unpredictable regime. Though there is little evidence of safety issues concerning tourists on organized expeditions, those planning to engage in activities that the North Korean government forbids must be prepared to face severe consequences. Under no circumstances are you to say anything that could be perceived as an insult to or critical of Kim Il-sung, Kim Jong-Il, Kim Jong-Un, the Juche ideology, the Songun policy, the ruling Worker's Party of Korea, the North Korean government in general, or the citizens of North Korea. Simply avoid these topics if you c...

    published: 16 Apr 2015
  • Romanian Photo Exhibition Opens in Pyongyang, North Korea

    published: 31 Jan 2014
  • Images North Korea DOESN'T Want You To See

    For the longest time, North Korea has been a thorn for western democracies, from their crazy missile experiments, to insane propaganda, the DPRK regime has a lot of dark secrets that it does NOT want exposed, check out 20 Images North Korea DOESN’T Want You To See. Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr 12.Okay, sorry, this is the last of the photoshop propaganda, I promise. Would you look at that, it is well known that countries always send the BEST, biggest, strongest, most badass soldiers to represent their country when dealing with North Korea. Instead of finding someone to compete on the North Korean side, they choose the easy way out and photoshop people. Great. 11. When its 2017 and you gotta look dope in front of all your enemies, you get on your airplane… and talk on a l...

    published: 16 Dec 2017
  • 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
  • World's First Aerial 360 Video Over North Korea 2017

    Read about this photographer's experience filming the world's first 360 aerial video of Pyongyang: https://www.nknews.org/gallery/come-fly-with-me-an-exclusive-360-birds-eye-look-at-pyongyang/?c=1508331523393 Ever wondered what North Korea looks like from above? Singaporean photographer Aram Pan flew over the North Korean capital with a 360 camera attached to the bottom of a microplane. Navigate the streets and landmarks of Pyongyang from this never-before-seen angle, in this exclusive 360 video. You can also check out our newly launched Holiday Shop for North Korea-inspired merchandise! We have t-shirts, mugs, towels and calendars featuring iconic North Korean landmarks, sanctioned North Korean banks, and more! https://merchandise.nknews.org/

    published: 18 Oct 2017
  • 100kms outside Pyongyang - North Korea

    This video is when Me, my family and my friends from Malaysia having vacation out of Pyongyang city, we were going to to Masikryong Ski Resort (about 185 Kms from Pyongyang) for 3 days. To go to Masikryong we could travel with or without a local guide. On our way from Masikryong to Pyongyang we stopped for while in Sinpyong rest area (Sinpyong Lake) for toilet and bought some foods and soft drinks. ============================================== Music by: https://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud/rock-angel =============================================== Want to see daily life in North Korea? Please follow my instagram account: https://www.instagram.com/jakaparker/ =======================================

    published: 28 Mar 2017
  • Flight Over Pyongyang (in a Piper Matrix PA-46)

    Video of my flight over Pyongyang in May 2016. It's a rare treat that a foreigner is allowed photography and filming over the skies of North Korea and even rarer to be doing so in a Piper Matrix PA-46 Light Plane. Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dprk360/ To use this video in a commercial player or in broadcasts, please email licensing@storyful.com #northkorea #dprk #pyongyang #InsideNorthKorea #bucketlist #beentheredonethat

    published: 02 Sep 2017
  • Photos taken by tourists offer rare look inside N. Korea 외국인 관광객이 본 북한 풍경

    North Korea is not the most common travel destination for tourists. While the country remains closed to foreign visitors due to Pyongyang′s concerns about Ebola, recent photos taken by tourists provide us with a rare view into the daily lives of ordinary North Koreans. Hwang Sung-hee reports. Take a quick look at Pyongyang′s skyline and it seems like just another modern city. These plush skyscrapers are believed to have been built about three years ago. Propaganda posters idolizing Kim Jong-un are plastered almost everywhere, a reminder that this is North Korea. On the streets are new electric buses and Japanese-made cars. A line of commuters heading to work in the morning is another familiar scene. Traffic girls are a popular icon among tourists so popular that traffic girl dolls are so...

    published: 20 Feb 2015
  • Pyongyang (Photos by Raymund Villanueva/Kodao Productions)

    Filipino parliamentarians, members of Korea Solidarity Committee for Peace and Reunification in the Korean Peninsula and a few members of the alternative media went on an international conference in North Korea this April. Here are some of the photos that Raymund VIllanueva, member of the alternative media outfit Kodao Productions and PW contributor, took.

    published: 22 Apr 2012
  • Traffic Jam in North Korea

    I took this video while driving around Pyongyang city with my family, the traffic was crowded. Pyongyang's traffic today is a lot more different with it was before when we first came here in 2012. Today there's a lot more cars and taxis in Pyongyang. More pictures from North Korea ? Follow me on http://www.instagram/jakaparker and http://jakaparker.blogspot.com

    published: 25 Jan 2017
  • [North Korea Video Report] The hidden homeless of Pyongyang

    ◎ASIAPRESS rimjingang playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLpCEn7dS6-toFNQEV-oefnOBd7ZgUl0kC Pyongyang is a ‘staged city’, where outsiders are not privy to glimpses of everyday life. But Pyongyang is home to a large number of Kotchebi, homeless people. An ASIAPRESS partner in Pyongyang, Koo Kwang-ho, filmed the extremely poor people in Pyongyang, the capital city of North Korea, in 2011. A boy, eating bread given by a neighbor at a back alley behind apartments, said that “My stepfather said he couldn’t afford to feed me, so he beat me and kicked me out.” In Taesongsan Park, in a suburb of Pyongyang, children were enjoying an outing to a park and a young guy picked up food they drop. A grandmother and a grandson, after being kicked out by her son-in-law because he couldn’t...

    published: 02 Dec 2016
  • Never before seen real life footage inside of North Korea (Documentary)

    in this documentary you get to see how north korean people really live in one of the rarest documentaries ever recorded by 2 french journalists exclusively given a visa for that purpose

    published: 29 Dec 2016
  • Retro Pyongyang

    Retro Pyongyang Music My Pyongyang, My love Links to the photos: http://www.retrodprk.com/2013/12/1995-pyongyang-circus.html http://smilingfacessometimesbutonlysometimes.blogspot.fi/2011_07_01_archive.html http://io9.com/north-koreas-modern-architecture-an-alternate-universe-1613846991 http://www.pyongyangtrafficgirls.com/t86-pyongyang-traffic-girl-1979-you-ve-come-a-long-way-baby http://smilingfacessometimesbutonlysometimes.blogspot.fi/2011_10_01_archive.html http://www.nknews.org/?attachment_id=101909 https://www.pinterest.com/pin/565764771909164366/

    published: 18 Dec 2014
  • 19th Pyongyang Spring International Trade Fair - May 2016

    Feature length video showcasing many of the exhibitors at the 19th Pyongyang Spring International Trade Fair. Check out the photo album here: https://www.facebook.com/dprk360/photos/?tab=album&album_id=357483987708769

    published: 01 Jun 2016
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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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UNBELIEVABLE Photos Taken in North Korea

UNBELIEVABLE Photos Taken in North Korea

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From kim jong un hanging out with dennis Rodman to border guards along the dmz here are 32 Unbelievable photos taken from north korea Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr #10 - Even in The Train Even here, as shown in this picture, you can expect to see photographs of the country’s great leaders. They make sure to remind you who’s boss at every turn and corner. 9.Harsh Conditions Tour guides forbid you of taking any kind of photos of malnutrition going on in the country. However these kids were spotted collecting grains of corn from the ground. You can tell from the expressions on their face that they’re hungry and are unsure what will be in store for the future. #8 - The Yanggakdo International Hotel This is the hotel that most foreign visitors stay when they come to visit North Korea. As you can see in this picture, the hotel is located on an isolated island as to prevent people from wandering about the cities, without escorts. It is rumored that tourists are put in rooms facing the best parts of Pyongyang, while others speculate that the rooms are bugged. #7 - Mass Dance for National Day Every year, men and women come from all over, to participate in the mass dance in celebration of National Day, where attendance is mandatory. In this picture, you can see dancers, all in traditional costume, happy and eager to celebrate the founding of North Korea in 1948. #6 - Form of Travel As you can see from this picture, even members of the military utilize bicycles in order to get around. Since the cost of owning and operating a vehicle is so high, cars are only owned by the wealthy and the elite. However, riding around on a bicycle is a much healthier form of transportation. #5 - Camp Korea If North Korean citizens wanted to send their children to summer camp, they can. The camp is called the International Children’s Union Camp whose lobby is pictured here. The propaganda about Kim Jong Un in North Korea, would lead many to believe that he is some kind of divine being and any luck or fortune that a citizen comes across is usually because of him. 4 - Traffic Women While many people will certainly listen to every piece of propaganda that comes out of kim jong-un’s mouth, they have little to no respect for law enforcement when it come to minor laws that won’t get them locked up in a prison camp 3. No Photos Allowed Since technically North and South Korea are still at war, that makes us at war with them as well. Remember, we are only in a cease! It’s very rare that westerners get the chance to come here and strict rules apply to everyone with a camera! There are quite a few photos that you’re not allowed to take and this soldier really doesn’t care about this guy's instagram posts. The soldier told him that photos of the demilitarized zone was okay, but not of him #2 - Mansudae Grand Monument North Koreans come from far and wide to bow and pay their respects to the former “Great Leaders” of their nation. The monument is of Kim II-Sung and his son, Kim Jong-il and together they look out across the city of Pyongyang. This picture shows the monuments’ astounding size; they simply dwarf the citizens standing in the forefront of the photo. #1 - Kim Meets Rodman In 2014, Dennis Rodman along with three other former Harlem Globetrotters, visited the North Korean capital of Pyongyang to hold a basketball game. The idea had been dreamed up by Shane Smith, the founder of Vice Media, a stunt media company. Surprisingly enough, not only did Kim Jong-un accept the idea, he agreed to attend the game himself. In this picture, you can see Kim Jong-un and Dennis Rodman as they became friends.
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35 ILLEGAL PHOTOS THAT WERE SECRETLY SMUGGLED OUT OF NORTH KOREA

35 ILLEGAL PHOTOS THAT WERE SECRETLY SMUGGLED OUT OF NORTH KOREA

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  • Updated: 28 Mar 2017
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35 Illegal Photos That Were Secretly Smuggled Out Of North Korea. Sometimes, it feels like the entire world is accessible to us: International travel is easier than ever before, and even if we can't make a trip we have the internet and social media to provide us a window into the world. 1. He took this photo of a customs declaration form revealing the items banned from being brought into the country (the list is quite long). Additionally, everyone's laptop was searched for "controversial" content. 2. His visit started with a train journey from the Chinese city of Dandong to the North Korean capital of Pyongyang. 3. Dandong station is one of the only entry points into North Korea for foreigners. This is where his journey started. 4. Here, a young boy checks out the railway works during the journey. 5. Here's Pyongyang by day, looking about as bleak as possible. 6. The Sino-Korean Friendship Bridge remains one of the last bright lights for tourists. 7. Here, Koreans watch and wait for a train to pass, giving the photographer a few seconds to snap this image. 8. In this image, Korean workers in matching uniforms haul their equipment. 9. And here, street cleaners sweep pavements for dust under the keen eye of a soldier in one of the parks in Pyongyang. 10. In this restaurant, propaganda images are broadcast on television around the clock. 11. In fact, there's propaganda broadcasting just about everywhere. 12. Here, a mother carries her baby alongside other women. 13. Although both of these city women are well dressed, many people in the country are living in poverty. 14. Here, group of women in matching, government-mandated outfits are sweeping a spotless pathway in Pyongyang. 15. The photographer took a ton of photos of everyday life, all of which were strictly forbidden. 16. And somehow, he managed to smuggle them all out of the country, undetected. 17. In this image, a truck carries North Korean soldiers, unaware they are being photographed. 18. Images of soldiers were very risky and could have landed the photographer in jail. 19. The images show exactly how run down the capital city really is. 20. Most of the city is full of depressing, grey concrete. 21. The rural parts of North Korea reveal miles of uninterrupted green fields. Agricultural is an integral part of the country's survival. 22. Most people don't own cars, and instead ride bikes through the countryside. 23. Here, three girls play in the crops next to a dilapidated building. 24. Despite that, the city is filled with fancy looking cars -- many of which rarely get used. 25. A traffic officer stands to attention at the side of the road, however there are no cars to be seen. 26. "I had 15 seconds to take this picture. This shop is for the locals only, and I was kicked out of it by my guide soon after taking this photo, but he didn't’ see me taking it," the photographer said in an interview. 27. Here, a North Korean man stares back at the camera while commuting. 28. Here's what a typical grocery store in the city looks like. 29. Here, road workers repair street lights in the city. 30. The city has plenty of massive buildings, but many of them stand empty. 31. Most of the buildings in the city are high rises. 32. If they're not empty, they're completely run down. 33. Leaving the hermit state remains extremely difficult for many North Koreans, with numerous watchtowers positioned in rural areas to prevent anyone from going astray. 34. The towering metal statues of North Korea's founding father Kim Il-Sung and King Jong-Il looming large over the city square. 35. Pyongyang is full of constant reminders of the Dear Leaders, never allowing the residents to forget who is in charge. Music: Renaissance_Castle Video https://youtu.be/HChWGwd9nWM
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Pyongyang Corée Du Nord Vue Du Ciel 20151210

Pyongyang Corée Du Nord Vue Du Ciel 20151210

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Photographe basé à Singapour Aram Pan de la RPDC 360 a passé quelques années, a la création d'images révolutionnaires à l'intérieur des frontières de la Corée du Nord. Son dernier exploit, devenir les premiers étrangers à voler au-dessus de Pyongyang dans un avion léger construit en Corée du Nord. "Nous travaillons ensemble pour essayer de repousser les limites de ce qui peut être réalisé en Corée du Nord", dit Pan. «Nous travaillons constamment avec les autorités locales afin de réaliser au mieux notre travaille." "Depuis 2013, je suis autorisé à faire des choses qui n’était pas possibles auparavant et j’ai ouvert des voies avec de nouvelles possibilités pour les medias." Dans le royaume du secret Dès l'année dernière, Pan à demander au gouvernement nord-coréen la permission de tirer des photos et des vidéos aériennes sur Pyongyang, la capitale. En Novembre 2015, le pays a lancé les premières virées en hélicoptère dans lequel la prise de vue a été autorisée. Pan a été personnellement invité par les responsables nord-coréens à prendre un tour exclusif sur un avion léger one-of-a-kind fabriqués localement. Cette vidéo de 15 minutes vous permet de découvrir Pyongyang la capitale Nord-Coréenne vue du ciel…
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Anti-Pyongyang activists tear Kim Jong Un's photo in Olympic protest

Anti-Pyongyang activists tear Kim Jong Un's photo in Olympic protest

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Anti-Pyongyang activists on Wednesday ripped photos of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in the latest protests in Seoul against South Korea's outreach to North Korea over next month's Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.
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Snapshots of Daily Life In Pyongyang, North Korea kim jong-un

Snapshots of Daily Life In Pyongyang, North Korea kim jong-un

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Snapshots of Daily Life In Pyongyang, North Korea North Korea Photos and pictures from around Pyongyang Kim Jong-Un and Pyongyang North Korea don't look so bad from these photos. Would you visit Pyongyang North Korea? Why or why not? #NorthKorea #Pyongyang
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Pyongyang releases images of Kim Jong Un monitoring launch

Pyongyang releases images of Kim Jong Un monitoring launch

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The DPRK state media KCNA has released photos showing leader Kim Jong Un monitoring the launch of a Hwasong-15 missile. Pyongyang claimed it successfully tested a new intercontinental ballistic missile on Wednesday, in a "breakthrough" that puts the US mainland within range. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download our APP on Apple Store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download our APP on Google Play (Android): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChinaGlobalTVNetwork/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cgtn/?hl=zh-cn Twitter: https://twitter.com/CGTNOfficial Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/CGTNOfficial/ Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
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North Korean Tells Me to Delete Photos *Deleted Censorship*

North Korean Tells Me to Delete Photos *Deleted Censorship*

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North Korean Guide Forces me to Delete photos. The whole time I was recording on GOPRO. I tried to recover the deleted photos but wasn't able to. This is taken from my Trip to North Korea back in January. Social Twitter: https://twitter.com/vexxedb4c Discord: discord.gg/vexxed SnapChat: fakevexxed
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12 Surprising Facts You May Not Know About Kim Jong-un / North Korea

12 Surprising Facts You May Not Know About Kim Jong-un / North Korea

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1. Kim Jong-il had a supernatural birth Move over Jesus. Based on Kim Jong-iI’s official biography, he was born on Korea’s most sacred mountain, Mt. Baekdu. At the moment of his birth, a new star formed and illuminated the sky -- the seasons suddenly changed from winter to spring and a double rainbow appeared. Beautiful but Soviet records paint a far more boring picture. Kim Jong-iI seems to have been born in 1941, in the Siberian village of Vyatskoye. 2. Kim Jong-il is a fashion icon In 2010, the North Korean media decided that Kim Jong-il’s fashion had taken the world by storm. The rest of the world knows that this never happened. 3. The world loved Kim Jong-il North Korea has a particularly bad reputation in the world, but the North Koreans are oblivious of that fact. They are made to believe that North Korea is a phenomenally important country, and that Kim Jong il was the world’s most powerful leader. Every country celebrated Kim Jong-il ‘s birthday, didn’t you know? 4. Kim Jong-Il Invented The Hamburger Minju Joson, the North Korean publication, credit Kim Jong-il with creating the hamburger. According to the paper, the leader invented a brand new sandwich and named it, “double bread with meat.” The new food was meant to supply quality nutrition to teachers and students. Next, a plant was set up for mass “double bread with meat” production. 5. Kim Jong-il was a master golfer According to his biography, Kim Jong-il first picked up a golf club in 1994, at North Korea's only golf course. He shot a 38-under par round that included no fewer than 11 holes in one. Clap clap! 6. Kim Jong-il never used a toilet Seriously, his biography states that the leader never used a toilet -- he apparently didn’t need to urinate or defecate. Oh and to add to the supernatural abilities, he could control the weather too. 7. The Japanese stole time North Koreans believe that during the occupation by Japanese “imperialists” in 1919, time was stollen. In 2015, Kim Jong-un decided enough is enough. North Korea set its clock back by 30 minutes on August 15th. VICTORY!!! 8. Aids, Ebola, MERS And SARS are all easily curable The cures haven’t been revealed, but fret not, North Korea has them. 9. The Americans are b******* Is that not a fact? 10. There is no internet Only government officials in North Korea have access to the internet. The best part is the explanation for why the internet is denied: North Koreans are made to believe that the reason that they don’t have access to the internet is because government officials would like to protect the West’s reputation. Okay then.
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Pyongyang Street Food - North Korea

Pyongyang Street Food - North Korea

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READ THE DESCRIPTION! 👇 I'm Indonesian. I was going to a street food stall at Bugsae Street in Pyongyang. I don't buy many kinds of food, since we are moslem, my wife and I try to be careful in choosing food. We only buy food that contain vegetable or seafood or rice and flour. -------------------------------------------------------- http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/oct/07/north-korea-privileged-pyongyang-daily-life =========== These videos is about my daily life in NK...so I only posted about my routines things that I am doing in NK). 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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Top 10 Tourist Attractions in North Korea Pyongyang Travel Video Guide Documentary HD

Top 10 Tourist Attractions in North Korea Pyongyang Travel Video Guide Documentary HD

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https://www.facebook.com/learnwithsyed WARNING: Some governments advise against all travel to North Korea due to the uncertain security situation caused by North Korea’s nuclear weapons development program and highly authoritarian and unpredictable regime. Though there is little evidence of safety issues concerning tourists on organized expeditions, those planning to engage in activities that the North Korean government forbids must be prepared to face severe consequences. Under no circumstances are you to say anything that could be perceived as an insult to or critical of Kim Il-sung, Kim Jong-Il, Kim Jong-Un, the Juche ideology, the Songun policy, the ruling Worker's Party of Korea, the North Korean government in general, or the citizens of North Korea. Simply avoid these topics if you can. SYED MAHMOOD Twitter: @learnwithsyed learnwithsyed@gmail.com Credits: Soundtrack: "Finding Movement" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Direct Link: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100693 Images: Pyongyang (평양), DPRK (조선민주주의인민공화국) Looking across the Taedong River from the Juche Tower Author: Clay Gilliland from Chandler, U.S.A. Licence: This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic Kijong-dong (기정동) village near the DMZ is a living relic of the Cold War era Author: (WT-shared) Jpatokal at wts wikivoyage Licence: This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported Taedongmun (Taedong Gate) (대동문) of Pyongyang Castle Author: Raymond K. Cunningham, Jr. Licence: This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported Taedong_Gate,_Pyongyang This gate on the Taedong River was built in 1635 Author: David Stanley from Nanaimo, Canada Liecence: This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic Ryugyong hotel (류경호텔), 1,082.7 ft tall modern iconic building, Pyongyang Author: 準建築人手札網站 Forgemind ArchiMedia Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/eager/6024294680/ Licence: Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0) Juche Tower (주체사상탑), named after the ideology of Juche introduced by Kim Il-sung Author: John Pavelka from Austin, TX, USA Licence: This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic Kumsusan Palace of the Sun (금수산태양궁전), Kim Il-sung Mausoleum, Pyongyang Author: Mark Scott Johnson from Sydney, Australia http://www.flickr.com/photos/39791353@N00/3104547800/ Licence: This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic Tomb of King Kongmin aka Hyonjongrung Royal Tomb, a 14th-century mausoleum (공민왕릉) Author: John Pavelka from Austin, TX, USA https://www.flickr.com/photos/28705377@N04/4630598679/ Licence: This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic Tomb of King Kongmin, A statue of Muninseok Author: John Pavelka from Austin, TX, USA https://www.flickr.com/photos/28705377@N04/4644097274/ This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic USS Pueblo (AGER-2) a US Navy ship captured by North Korea in 1968 Author: Bjørn Christian Tørrissen Own work by uploader, http://bjornfree.com/kim/ Licence: This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported DMZ North Korean side - Joint Security Area (JSA) of the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) Author: David Eerdmans Licence: This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported Sino–Korean Friendship Bridge along the China–North Korea border Author: Roman Harak https://www.flickr.com/photos/roman-harak/6146623845/ Licence: This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic Arch of Triumph in Pyongyang (개선문) Author: Bjørn Christian Tørrissen Own work by uploader, http://bjornfree.com/kim/ Licence: This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported Heaven Lake (천지) lies in a Volcanic crater between China and North Korea Author: Bdpmax Licence: This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.2 or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation; with no Invariant Sections, no Front-Cover Texts, and no Back-Cover Texts.
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Romanian Photo Exhibition Opens in Pyongyang, North Korea

Romanian Photo Exhibition Opens in Pyongyang, North Korea

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Images North Korea DOESN'T Want You To See

Images North Korea DOESN'T Want You To See

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For the longest time, North Korea has been a thorn for western democracies, from their crazy missile experiments, to insane propaganda, the DPRK regime has a lot of dark secrets that it does NOT want exposed, check out 20 Images North Korea DOESN’T Want You To See. Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr 12.Okay, sorry, this is the last of the photoshop propaganda, I promise. Would you look at that, it is well known that countries always send the BEST, biggest, strongest, most badass soldiers to represent their country when dealing with North Korea. Instead of finding someone to compete on the North Korean side, they choose the easy way out and photoshop people. Great. 11. When its 2017 and you gotta look dope in front of all your enemies, you get on your airplane… and talk on a landline. At least you know there is no one listening 10. Mr. Rocketman with the ultimate show of force, the middle finger. For a dear glorious leader that wants to be recognized as a big player in the global political stage, this image might hurt,more than help. Oh wait a minute, I just got bamboozled. This is not Mr. rocketman, he is merely an IMPERSONATOR ! Unbelievable, I was really hoping this image was the real deal 9. Since 2009, North Korea has detained 10 U.S. Citizens within its borders. Otto Warmbier was one of those unfortunate souls. Looking at this picture, it would seem North Koreans didn’t treat Otto too badly, but this picture does not explain why he was in a comma for the last year of his life. When he was brought back to the U.S, Otto had extensive brain damage and suffered from “unresponsive wakefulness”. The regime said they were not responsible for Otto’s death. What do you think happened? 8. Can you venture a guess as to whats going on in this picture? Is the nice old man cleaning up the nearby park ? Or is he collecting grass that he can eat later? Unfortunately, there are many reports that some people in North Korea are so broke and hungry, that they actually eat grass. According to nutritionists, eating grass is not the WORST thing in the world, but it does cause digestive issues, also it will ruin your teeth, so don’t go grazing around town ! 7.Well well well, would you look at that? Just when you thought North Korea was nothing but failure and hungry people, this image pops up. This is a high end store hidden away in Pyongyang. While some people are forced to eat grass to survive, the higher ups in the system can afford to smell like Burberry. Fancy. 6. What are we looking at here ? Apparently, these people are lining up to take public transport to get to work. I’m not sure why this is such a bad picture of North Korea, has anyone seen what the NYC metro looks like in rush hour? 5. Believe it or not, some citizens have access to personal computers, electricity on the other hand… not so much. Tourists in the country are encouraged to take photos that put North Korea in a good light, as this example shows, its a double edged sword sometimes. 4.Since we are on the subject of electricity, check this out; top left, we got China. Bottom right, we have South Korea. VENTURE A GUESS AS TO WHAT IS IN BETWEEN ! The glorious DPRK, or Democratic People’s Republic of Korea… where there is so much love for the environment that EVERYONE is forced to turn the lights off at night. Either that or they don’t know how to meet their energy needs. 3. In North Korea, soldiers are supposed to represent the mighty power of the regime. This picture shows the exact opposite of power. It's just two guys, relaxing, smoking a cigarette. UNACCEPTABLE ! 2. What started off as a small scale mud festival, grew into a 2.2 million visitor attraction 20 years later. Unfortunately for North Korea, this didn’t occur within their borders. I’m sure they would have loved the international love and attention. This mud fest obviously occurs in South Korea, and judging by the photo of these two ladies, it seems like its a free for all of fun, love, and happiness. The North Korean government definitely doesn’t want you to see this picture… or anything about South Korea if we are being honest. 1.What the heck is going on here? As it turns out, this is a snapshot of the epic CHOCOBOMB balloon party in 2014. These eco friendly balloons were filled with choco pies, a popular snack in South Korea. They were banned in North Korea, but people love choco pies. They loved them so much so that there was a black market for the pies. Ahhh, 2014, a much simpler time. Instead of worrying about thermonuclear war, people were sending out snack packages with funny looking balloons.
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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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World's First Aerial 360 Video Over North Korea 2017

World's First Aerial 360 Video Over North Korea 2017

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Read about this photographer's experience filming the world's first 360 aerial video of Pyongyang: https://www.nknews.org/gallery/come-fly-with-me-an-exclusive-360-birds-eye-look-at-pyongyang/?c=1508331523393 Ever wondered what North Korea looks like from above? Singaporean photographer Aram Pan flew over the North Korean capital with a 360 camera attached to the bottom of a microplane. Navigate the streets and landmarks of Pyongyang from this never-before-seen angle, in this exclusive 360 video. You can also check out our newly launched Holiday Shop for North Korea-inspired merchandise! We have t-shirts, mugs, towels and calendars featuring iconic North Korean landmarks, sanctioned North Korean banks, and more! https://merchandise.nknews.org/
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100kms outside Pyongyang - North Korea

100kms outside Pyongyang - North Korea

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This video is when Me, my family and my friends from Malaysia having vacation out of Pyongyang city, we were going to to Masikryong Ski Resort (about 185 Kms from Pyongyang) for 3 days. To go to Masikryong we could travel with or without a local guide. On our way from Masikryong to Pyongyang we stopped for while in Sinpyong rest area (Sinpyong Lake) for toilet and bought some foods and soft drinks. ============================================== Music by: https://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud/rock-angel =============================================== Want to see daily life in North Korea? Please follow my instagram account: https://www.instagram.com/jakaparker/ =======================================
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Flight Over Pyongyang (in a Piper Matrix PA-46)

Flight Over Pyongyang (in a Piper Matrix PA-46)

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Video of my flight over Pyongyang in May 2016. It's a rare treat that a foreigner is allowed photography and filming over the skies of North Korea and even rarer to be doing so in a Piper Matrix PA-46 Light Plane. Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dprk360/ To use this video in a commercial player or in broadcasts, please email licensing@storyful.com #northkorea #dprk #pyongyang #InsideNorthKorea #bucketlist #beentheredonethat
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Photos taken by tourists offer rare look inside N. Korea   외국인 관광객이 본 북한 풍경

Photos taken by tourists offer rare look inside N. Korea 외국인 관광객이 본 북한 풍경

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North Korea is not the most common travel destination for tourists. While the country remains closed to foreign visitors due to Pyongyang′s concerns about Ebola, recent photos taken by tourists provide us with a rare view into the daily lives of ordinary North Koreans. Hwang Sung-hee reports. Take a quick look at Pyongyang′s skyline and it seems like just another modern city. These plush skyscrapers are believed to have been built about three years ago. Propaganda posters idolizing Kim Jong-un are plastered almost everywhere, a reminder that this is North Korea. On the streets are new electric buses and Japanese-made cars. A line of commuters heading to work in the morning is another familiar scene. Traffic girls are a popular icon among tourists so popular that traffic girl dolls are sold as souvenirs. Mom-and-pop stores are dotted around Pyongyang′s residential areas. Some of the goods on sale include fake South Korean snacks. A bottle of Pyongyang soju will cost you less than one U.S. dollar. A bottle of brandy goes for 30 times that. And take-out food is just too costly for the average North Korean worker. Leaving the hustle and bustle of the city and heading into the countryside. Here, the wealth gap is instantly noticeable, just from the way people dress. Children observe foreigners with their innocent eyes, curious yet wary. Students packed on the back of a pick-up truck are all smiles as they make their way to school. Down by the stream, some people wash their clothes... while others give themselves a scrub. The faces of the farmers reflect their tough day-to-day lives. These rare photos serve as a window... offering a peek into the world′s most closed state. Hwang Sung-hee, Arirang News.
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Pyongyang (Photos by Raymund Villanueva/Kodao Productions)

Pyongyang (Photos by Raymund Villanueva/Kodao Productions)

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Filipino parliamentarians, members of Korea Solidarity Committee for Peace and Reunification in the Korean Peninsula and a few members of the alternative media went on an international conference in North Korea this April. Here are some of the photos that Raymund VIllanueva, member of the alternative media outfit Kodao Productions and PW contributor, took.
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Traffic Jam in North Korea

Traffic Jam in North Korea

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I took this video while driving around Pyongyang city with my family, the traffic was crowded. Pyongyang's traffic today is a lot more different with it was before when we first came here in 2012. Today there's a lot more cars and taxis in Pyongyang. More pictures from North Korea ? Follow me on http://www.instagram/jakaparker and http://jakaparker.blogspot.com
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[North Korea Video Report] The hidden homeless of Pyongyang

[North Korea Video Report] The hidden homeless of Pyongyang

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◎ASIAPRESS rimjingang playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLpCEn7dS6-toFNQEV-oefnOBd7ZgUl0kC Pyongyang is a ‘staged city’, where outsiders are not privy to glimpses of everyday life. But Pyongyang is home to a large number of Kotchebi, homeless people. An ASIAPRESS partner in Pyongyang, Koo Kwang-ho, filmed the extremely poor people in Pyongyang, the capital city of North Korea, in 2011. A boy, eating bread given by a neighbor at a back alley behind apartments, said that “My stepfather said he couldn’t afford to feed me, so he beat me and kicked me out.” In Taesongsan Park, in a suburb of Pyongyang, children were enjoying an outing to a park and a young guy picked up food they drop. A grandmother and a grandson, after being kicked out by her son-in-law because he couldn’t afford to feed them anymore, lived in an air-raid shelter trace in a suburb of Pyongyang. They hide in a hillside in an effort to evade detention by the state security. There was neither electricity nor window, so it was pitch dark. According to Koo Kwang-ho, ‘Kotchebi’ in Pyongyang, not in rural areas, can easily get caught and sent to the detention centers. The regulations are tougher in the capital city because it attracts a number of foreign tourists. Therefore, ‘Kotchebi’ find it hard to even roam around the city during daytime. ‘Kotchebi’ living in Pyongyang, the beautifully organized ‘revolutionary capital’, always need to evade the state security. Footage copyrights : ASIAPRESS The video footage may not be used in any form(copying,selling,renting,distribution,screening,broadcasting,webcasting and debunking) without the prior written consent.
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Never before seen real life footage inside of North Korea (Documentary)

Never before seen real life footage inside of North Korea (Documentary)

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in this documentary you get to see how north korean people really live in one of the rarest documentaries ever recorded by 2 french journalists exclusively given a visa for that purpose
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Retro Pyongyang

Retro Pyongyang

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Retro Pyongyang Music My Pyongyang, My love Links to the photos: http://www.retrodprk.com/2013/12/1995-pyongyang-circus.html http://smilingfacessometimesbutonlysometimes.blogspot.fi/2011_07_01_archive.html http://io9.com/north-koreas-modern-architecture-an-alternate-universe-1613846991 http://www.pyongyangtrafficgirls.com/t86-pyongyang-traffic-girl-1979-you-ve-come-a-long-way-baby http://smilingfacessometimesbutonlysometimes.blogspot.fi/2011_10_01_archive.html http://www.nknews.org/?attachment_id=101909 https://www.pinterest.com/pin/565764771909164366/
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19th Pyongyang Spring International Trade Fair - May 2016

19th Pyongyang Spring International Trade Fair - May 2016

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Feature length video showcasing many of the exhibitors at the 19th Pyongyang Spring International Trade Fair. Check out the photo album here: https://www.facebook.com/dprk360/photos/?tab=album&album_id=357483987708769
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