October 16, 2019

About the author

Camila Stub

Camila Stub, a pseudonym, worked in North Korea as a development worker for four years.

More articles by 'Camila Stub'

DPRK Blues: a trip to Hamhung

"When the sun sets, there are no other lights than the ones from the occasional car"

Camila Stub September 29, 2017

DPRK blues: Creature comforts and midnight strolls in Pyongyang

"I like that in this city there is still a time when the lights are switched off"

Camila Stub September 11, 2017

DPRK blues: Water shortages and going shopping in Pyongyang

Haemaji is full of things that I'd never seen in North Korea: smoked salmon, couscous, and Diet Coke

Camila Stub July 23, 2017

DPRK blues: Getting used to life in North Korea's capital

The few expatriates I have met told me to relax: it is impossible to get lost in Pyongyang

Camila Stub June 28, 2017

DPRK blues: How I ended up working in development in North Korea

In the first part of a series, former NGO staffer writes about arriving in the North

Camila Stub June 12, 2017