May 25, 2024
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Life on the ground in North Korea through the eyes of a Pyongyang expat

A former resident of the DPRK capital discusses what they personally observed during their four-year stay

While traveling to North Korea as a tourist is not as rare anymore as it used to be, very few people spend more than a couple weeks in the country.

In the second of this two-part series -- you can read part one here -- NK News asked a diplomat posted in Pyongyang from 2015 until recently to share his thoughts and experiences of living in the country as a foreigner.

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