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  • DPRK (North Korea) tripI Arrived at Pyongyang international airport for a four day trip into the DPRK (North Korea). Immediately Upon arrival, it seems like you have almost stepped into another world, one entirely unfamiliar to the globalised and modernised Beijing that i Posted by Colin Marsden in DPRK (North Korea) trip | Jul 10, 2013
  • Survivor Series #2 Ever since the call center and business process outsourcing industries have invaded the Philippines, working at night has become a lifestyle for many Filipinos. In order to fill the time d Posted by Jetzy's Crib in Verbiage Playbook | Nov 30, 2012
  • Democratic People's Republic of Korea - Part 2 of 2 ===Drive from Nampo to Kaesong - Sep 17=== On Monday 17 September, we left our hotel at Nampo and headed toward Kaesong, which is just north of the border of South Korea. Our first s Posted by janejoe in Two Chinas & Two Koreas | Sep 27, 2012
  • Democratic People's Republic of Korea - Part 1 of 2 On Thursday 13 September, we took a Koryo Air (the North Korean airline company) flight from Beijing to Pyongyang. After checking into the Pyongyang Koryo Hotel in downtown Pyongyang a Posted by janejoe in Two Chinas & Two Koreas | Sep 26, 2012
  • North Korea (Pyongyang,Kaesong,DMZ) 13.08.2012 - 19.08.2012==13 Aug / 14 August== Our trip to the DPRK (North Korea) started with a meeting at a hostel near the Beijing Railway Station. Here we met the other people on our tour plus our weste Posted by Bradandkir in Brad and Kirstie take on the World! | Sep 3, 2012
  • DPRK part 4Day 7 – Wednesday 18th April Today was my last full day in the DPRK, so depressing, I know this place has it’s issues but if you take everything with a big handful of salt you can really enjoy the architecture Posted by travellingjoe in China | Apr 30, 2012
  • DPRK part 3 Day 5 – Monday 16th April Waking up in Pyongyang again feels good, this city just feels like any other city, I know that behind all the identical breeze block building there’s people that are suffering but I’ve put that all Posted by travellingjoe in China | Apr 28, 2012
  • DPRK part 2Day 3 – Saturday 14th April This morning was unbelievably cold, as I didn’t really buy any warm clothes since leaving India, I’m finding it fucking horrible, but we spend a lot of the time on the bus so it’s not Posted by travellingjoe in China | Apr 23, 2012
  • DPRK part 1Day 1 – Thursday 12th April So here it is, what you’ve all been waiting for, North Korea!! First thing to note is that there are around 2000 tourists/journalists in the country at the moment which is way more than they’ve Posted by travellingjoe in China | Apr 23, 2012
  • North KoreaNorht Korea's general attitudes are ratical changes in the nature of terditional Korea sociely. In most families in North Korea sons are offten expected to fallow their fathers foot steps. They can also have large families. 40% of the population Posted by Sammy Brunner in Language Arts | Mar 16, 2012
  • Kaesong, North KoreaTour details We visited the North Korean city of Kaesong as part of a day trip from South Korea. The tours were organised by the South Korean company Hyundai Asan as part of a cooperation innitative between the governments of North Posted by bsmethers in Travel Logs | Jun 21, 2008
  • North Korea (Panmunyom Border) [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/327999/DSC00209_Korea_Border.jpg caption=North Posted by LuxuryRogue in Gentleman Adventurer | Sep 20, 2010
  • Exploring North KoreaPYONGYANG, North Korea (Sept. 8-13, 2009) -- The capital of North Korea is a short flight from Beijing but soon after landing you can't help but feel like you're on a different planet. As a private pilot, I immediately Posted by AC Frieden in The Frieden Trails | Sep 18, 2009

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