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Explore the North Korean capital of Pyongyang in this intriguing time-lapse of a city rarely seen by foreigners. Escorted by British-based company Koryo Tours, filmmakers Rob Whitworth and JT Singh offer up typical scenes of daily life in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. Although certain limits were placed on what they could film, this short provides glimpses of insider moments, including riding the subway, circling historic monuments, and visiting a local skate park. I spoke with filmmaker Rob Whitworth a bit more about the film and his trip to North Korea.
An informative travel log from a visit to the most isolated country in the world, including a review of food and accommodation.
Unique first person video footage of the North Korean countryside and capital. See how regular people go about their daily lives. Totally different footage than seen on youtube before - Available in HD! April 21st - 28th 2012 Video Order - Mansudae Grant Monument On the road from Wonsan North to Pujon Driving into Hamhung Hugnam Fertilizer Facotry - Hamhung Tongbong Co-Operative Farm On the road to Mt. Kumgang Mt. Kumgang June 8th Middle School Kaeson Funfair Driving through Pyongyang at night Part II of video here - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WPwKh1u-Ksg
North Korea's capital city has maintained a veneer of strength amid international opposition and economic sanctions over its nuclear program. CBS News correspondent Adriana Diaz got a rare look inside Pyongyang, and joins CBSN with more.
Read about this photographer's experience filming the world's first 360 aerial video of Pyongyang: https://www.nknews.org/gallery/come-fly-with-me-an-exclusive-360-birds-eye-look-at-pyongyang/?c=1508331523393 Ever wondered what North Korea looks like from above? Singaporean photographer Aram Pan flew over the North Korean capital with a 360 camera attached to the bottom of a microplane. Navigate the streets and landmarks of Pyongyang from this never-before-seen angle, in this exclusive 360 video. You can also check out our newly launched Holiday Shop for North Korea-inspired merchandise! We have t-shirts, mugs, towels and calendars featuring iconic North Korean landmarks, sanctioned North Korean banks, and more! https://merchandise.nknews.org/
Subscribe to BBC News www.youtube.com/bbcnews A new film called Enter Pyongyang chronicles daily life in the North Korean capital, a city rarely covered by Western mainstream media. Subscribe to BBC News HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog Check out our website: http://www.bbc.com/news Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bbcworldnews Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/bbcworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/bbcnews
Take a sneak peak into the hidden and small world of the elite people of North Korea. MYSTERY LINK OF THE DAY: https://youtu.be/UiOkZ-DAGTE Inside The Lives Of The Rich Kids Of China https://youtu.be/ICYeaEx9P8E 10 Confessions Of North Korean Women That Will Shook You https://youtu.be/hc6C3ydWdrY 10 Forbidden Jobs For Women In North Korea https://youtu.be/meGgDuANnZE 20 Things You Cannot Buy In North Korea https://youtu.be/PDg8R2dKaYw Subscribe: https://goo.gl/Hnoaw3 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- North Korea – it’s a country that’s been making a lot of news lately. Unfortunately, most of it has been rather negative. After all, turn on a television or search through the online news and you’re bound to come across at least a fe...
My military minder tells me to turn my camera off and it soon becomes clear why. The poverty I see through the bus window is not the view of North Korea the regime wants to be seen. We are traveling from Hyangsan, three hours north of Pyongyang back to the capital but the main road and the sanctioned route has been flooded. This is the only way back. Buildings are in disrepair, some barely look inhabitable. Residents of this small town walk or sit by the side of the road, many seeming to have little to do. A number of official-looking men dressed in brown Mao suits stand silently on street corners. It is impossible to know who they are or which element of the party or military they might work for but they clearly seem to be observing. Despite the driver traveling as quickly as possible...
Holiday In North Korea: A Rare Look Inside The Secretive State - Part 1 SUBSCRIBE:http://bit.ly/Oc61Hj We upload a new incredible video every weekday. Subscribe to our YouTube channel so you don't miss out: http://bit.ly/Oc61Hj NORTH KOREA has closed its borders in fear of the spread of the Ebola virus. But at a time when the secretive state was still welcoming tourists, former aid worker Andrew Macleod made the journey to the repressive nation. Andrew’s holiday snaps and camera footage provide a unique insight into the reclusive country, where he came across deserted motorways, metro stations plastered with propaganda and attractive border guards. Videographer / Director: Andrew Mcleod Producer: Rebecca Lewis Editor: Ian Phillips For more compelling footage of the amazing side of life:...
I was driving in 13 January 2016 and saw a "yellow van" headed to Diplomatic Compound in Munsudong District. The other interesting thing is I saw many Pyongyang citizens walking down the streets, which I knew later that they were prepared to welcome the scientists , servicemen, workers and officers of North Korea cruised throughout the city inside several brown buses that also recorded in this video. People were gathered at the streets hours ahead of time in the cold weather.
◎ASIAPRESS rimjingang playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLpCEn7dS6-toFNQEV-oefnOBd7ZgUl0kC Pyongyang is a ‘staged city’, where outsiders are not privy to glimpses of everyday life. But Pyongyang is home to a large number of Kotchebi, homeless people. An ASIAPRESS partner in Pyongyang, Koo Kwang-ho, filmed the extremely poor people in Pyongyang, the capital city of North Korea, in 2011. A boy, eating bread given by a neighbor at a back alley behind apartments, said that “My stepfather said he couldn’t afford to feed me, so he beat me and kicked me out.” In Taesongsan Park, in a suburb of Pyongyang, children were enjoying an outing to a park and a young guy picked up food they drop. A grandmother and a grandson, after being kicked out by her son-in-law because he couldn’t...
I took this video while driving around Pyongyang city with my family, the traffic was crowded. Pyongyang's traffic today is a lot more different with it was before when we first came here in 2012. Today there's a lot more cars and taxis in Pyongyang. More pictures from North Korea ? Follow me on http://www.instagram/jakaparker and http://jakaparker.blogspot.com
http://www.videobash.com some of the flims are allow to shoot in NK but they must show the good side of the country
When Singapore resident Aram Pan visited North Korea in May, he asked his four minders if they'd drive him around the capital with a GoPro video camera attached to the windshield. They said yes. Here's what he saw. Photo: Aram Pan Subscribe to the WSJ channel here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy Visit the WSJ channel for more video: https://www.youtube.com/wsjdigitalnetwork More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://online.wsj.com/home-page Follow WSJ on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wsjlive Follow WSJ on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wsj/posts Follow WSJ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJLive Follow WSJ on Instagram: http://instagram.com/wsj Follow WSJ on Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/wsj/ Follow WSJ on Tumblr: http://www.tumblr.com/tagged/wall-street-journal
North Korea’s supreme leader Kim Jong Un attended the grand opening of a luxury housing complex in the heart of Pyongyang, the nation’s capital. Thousands watched as the head of state ceremoniously cut a ribbon, despite reports claiming that some of the “prestige” penthouse apartments still lack hot water. Leading up to the publicity event, 600,000 North Korean citizens reportedly were removed from the city.
in this documentary you get to see how north korean people really live in one of the rarest documentaries ever recorded by 2 french journalists exclusively given a visa for that purpose
Snapping their heads from side to side, marching into the roads in close-fitting blue uniforms and black heels, the "traffic ladies" who marshal vehicles at the intersections of Pyongyang are an emblematic image of the North Korean capital.
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In North Korea's showcase capital city, Pyongyang, a small number of elites are enjoying unprecedented access to luxury goods and fancy restaurants. Is this the beginning of capitalist reform? Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube: http://bit.ly/2qiJ4dy Follow us: Twitter: https://twitter.com/washingtonpost Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/washingtonpost/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/washingtonpost/