New photo reveals two-tier pricing system on DPRK’s Pyongyang-Hyangsan highway
Costs of up to 14.40 euros to traverse the full length of the highway, photo indicates
Pricing details of the Pyongyang to Hyangsan highway system have been clearly detailed in a photo recently obtained by NK Pro, with rates of up to 14.40 euros necessary for the largest of vehicles to traverse the full length of the route.
The pricing chart shows a two-tier system being employed on the route north of Pyongyang, with prices detailed at a “Korean rate” in Korean Won and a “Foreign rate” in Euros.
Prices listed in Euro column show the total cost for traveling the full length of the 120km route, with adjacent figures illustrating the
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