Explaining how he got inside the secretive state, he explained: 'I sent several mails and faxes to multiple North Korean contacts, all of which are easily available online if you do a search.Then one day someone actually replied and I met their representative.
Her second course: six fresh, blue crabs piled on a mound of greens and bathed in a clear broth. Also watching the 32-year-old consume copious quantities of food that night: several thousand fans.
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It was an eye-opening experience, to say the least. Here are 100 photos (part 2) taken during my time in North Korea, enjoy.
Upon exiting the country, my cameras were searched for over 2 hours in Sinuiju. Having lunch and far too much Soju (rice wine) during National Day celebrations with a local Pyongyang family, whom invited me over to join them.
One of my guides acted as translator, as I asked them all sorts of heavy questions about what it’s like living in Pyongyang.