North Korean cruise company wants to sail to South Korea | NK News
July 23, 2024

North Korean cruise company wants to sail to South Korea

Company claims it can also take South Korean passengers

YANJI – South Korean tourists could soon be welcome to set sail on a cruise from North Korea and travel to destinations in the South, the Singaporean manager of a Soviet -era cruise ship moored in Rason, North Korea, told NK News.

Steven Ng, talking at his Yanji-based Royale Star cruise line booking center, told NK News that his company will welcome South Koreans on board at Rason and that plans exist to develop a route between North Korea and the South Korean island resort of Jeju.

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