North Korean restaurant in Beijing remains open, despite UN sanctions
Pyongyang Unbangwan is one of at least two DPRK-linked eateries operating in the Chinese capital city
A North Korean restaurant in Beijing remained open this week, an informed source told NK News, despite UN Security Council sanctions ordering all overseas DPRK workers home in December 2019.
It’s one of at least two DPRK-linked restaurants continuing to operate in the Chinese capital, despite resolutions which require all UN member states to report the number of North Koreans repatriated under sanctions.
Waitresses at the Pyongyang Unbangwan (평양 은반관) restaurant – located near the DPRK embassy – were singing and dancing for customers in a video seen by NK News, making little effort to hide the restaurant’s
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