A Blogger in Pyongyang (Part 3)

July 19th, 2011
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In early 2010 Ashen posted about the infamous Pyongyang Metro, one of the deepest functioning systems in the world.  Because of restrictions on where tourists can visit, visitors to Pyongyang normally only see two stations of the system.  This has led to suggestions that the metro system is in fact merely a two station loop,

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Chad O'Carroll

Chad O'Carroll founded NK News in 2010. He is based in Washington, D.C.

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  • Kopeacec

    I can’t believe so many N.Koreans smoke.
    That’s a shameful story.

    It seems the Ministry of Health is not doing its job.

  • Kopeacec

    I can’t believe so many N.Koreans smoke.
    That’s a shameful story.

    It seems the Ministry of Health is not doing its job.

    • http://www.nknews.org admin

      Well, its not uncommon in that part of Asia. China and S. Korea too have high smoking rates.

  • http://llukasz.com/North_Korea.htm llukasz

    Sincerely, I am disappointed by this blog…. there is nothing new about life in dprk…

  • http://llukasz.com/North_Korea.htm llukasz

    Sincerely, I am disappointed by this blog…. there is nothing new about life in dprk…

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  • Carlo riccardo sberna

    Where is the last part (I think the 4th)? Great job! I’m very interesting!

  • Carlo riccardo sberna

    Where is the last part (I think the 4th)? Great job! I’m very interesting!

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