Pyongyang

Pyongyang

exploring DPRK's capital (North Korea), one of the world's least visited cities

Location: 

Pyongyang

Duration: 

Saturday, May 5, 2018

Personal highlights

  1. Pyongyang: capital and largest city of the DPRK (North Korea)
  2. Workshops: with Choson Exchange at Grand People's Study House
  3. Sightseeing: visiting the Juche TowerMansudae HillMangyŏngdae
  4. Living: drinking Coffee, taking the Underground, shopping in a Store
  5. My trip: one week of business workshops and sightseeing

Image sources

  1. Me overlooking Pyongyang
  2. Mirae Scientists Street
  3. Only type of advertisement
  4. Kim Il-sung Square decoration
  5. Flag ceremony early morning

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