South Korean tourists may soon be welcome – DPRK tour agency

June 18th, 2013
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LONDON – North Korea might allow South Korean tourists to visit Mt. Kumgang by boat, a DPRK focused tourist agency has said.

The China-based tour agency Young Pioneer Tours announced on their website that a last-minute cruise itinerary taking in sights around Mt. Kumgang could soon be accessible for South Korean tourists.

“While formal approval

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