Michal Huniewicz, a photographer from London had visited North Korea, one of the curious countries of this world. He and the group of 7 people had been there with 2 guides who had shown them Pyongyang, the capital of North Korea. Photography is also illegal there with several other restrictions, but Michal had taken pictures. And also he had been able to get back home with the pictures without any trouble.
Through the pictures captured you can see the land and culture of the country which is a bit different from the rest of the world. He has captured many pictures like the day-to-day lives of people, monuments, and many other. He had said that they had passed by the good places slowly while the other less interesting parts were quickly passed. But anyhow he had managed to clicks pictures of both areas. Michal had shred some pictures on his website for you to see.
He had captioned this picture saying that you have to be fast. Had said that the city had parts that are beautiful and less beautiful parts. And hat their mute driver had had knowingly slow the speed at the places that were interesting and had kept fast at places that were mot much interesting as they would be unable to click pictures.
Had said that they did not get time to walk, as soon as they had got out of the train they had been taken to a minivan that they were in for the rest of the days. And that it was fine to get the phones out but there had not been reception or wifi. And the phones had been searched well before getting out.
The two in the picture had been their guides. The lady had been nice but the man had seen a bit tough. He had said that they had thought that the man might have had military authority as he had been saluted by the soldiers after inspecting his papers. The man had woke them up in the morning and had told them to sleep.
Here is the waitress who had served them during their first stay. They have had dinner in the hotel’s basement, a small room. They had been talking if the room had been bugged or if they could trust each other.
The look of Pyongyang from Yanggakdo Hotel. The hotel on the left is the Koryo hotel, he had said that if you were Chinese you’d be able to stay there as Chinese people are given more freedom than others. And had said that from the right is the Hotel of Doom also known as Ryugyong.
The Grand People’s Study House is at the Kim Il-sung square in the central district. It is in front of the Juche Tower on the other side of the Taedong River. He had said that in this library there are foreign books but need permission to take them. Also, he had said that the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea is the official name of North Korea. Here Marx and Lenin are also displayed.
This photo shows them, both son and father who look more elegant than the son, but in reality, it hasn’t been so. He had also said that he had been wearing a coat but is it is replaced with a parka.
He had said that they might have been proud of this place as they were taken there many times.
This is the 2nd tallest triumphal in the world and had been built to commemorate the Korean resistance to Japan from 1925-1945. Mexico is the home of the tallest one.
Kids cleaning the floor. And the statue shows a soldier from North Korea stepping on the flag of America.
The people there are charged to collect their feces in the winter for spring planting as South Korea is not providing fertilizers. Toibee is a fertilizer that is produced by mixing ash and human excrements.
There in the country, there are places that they can visit and cannot. The place in the photo is such a place. They had been with their guide and at one moment when both the guides had been in the front, he had clicked this. He had said that he was kicked out by the male cop and that maybe the cop had seen him clicking the picture.
He had said that the city centers sports also these colorful skyscrapers and that not like other places. Has also said that the infrastructures like the bridge cannot be neglected.
He had said that they must be proud of the area as they were taken there several times. via [Neatorama]
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