Ok, this thread is not about supporting the communist tyrant regime.
But rather more in the tourism side.
This is one of the country I really want to visit ( as tourist, not as POWs)
There is something in it that I really have to see.
amazing i want to visit this country too!
What is that "something"?
You won't see much as a tourist. Every aspect of your trip will be scripted and controlled. You have a “guide” with you at all times.
^^^ Very true...but, if Avrilxxx15 starts taking pictures outside military installations, then he could very well be accepted as a permanent guest in one of the famous Gulags...
I suppose that would be one way to get to experience the 'real' North Korea!
I know the real north korea, to be honest, I kinda want to sneak up some pictures
And the weird different kind of experience being in a strange country, In a country that so secretive.
I saw that everything about you is being CONTROLLED for 2 weeks
The thrill and the danger, being in a strange, unknown place.
It drives my adventurous side. I know it's sick but I can't help.
Although there's no way I want to be permanent guess of the Ill's.
AHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAH that made my day!
Mr Doom might be a big Avril Lavigne fan, as She said " Who Knows".
But yeah, I do want to visit dangerous countries
^^^ I don't think his father ever bought him a modern CD Player.....
When the boy asked for one, the father said: "This one was good enough for your
grandfather, Kim Il Sung...so, it will be good enough for you!"
And, of course, there is only one program on the radio and television:
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ohlMTsIuazI]KCTV (Day of Struggle against U.S. Imperialism) - YouTube[/ame]
I don't know about the Tourist side (if there is one anyway) Cause I can't really go there, i'm not allowed
^^^^ Tourists can normally only travel to North Korea as part of an organised tour. Solo travellers need a sponsor and permission from the Ministry for Foreign Affairs. This is normally only possible for business travelers. Most travellers enter North Korea on direct flights from Beijing to Pyongyang operated by Air China. Foreign mobile phones and Global Positioning Systems have to be deposited with North Korean customs on entry into the country and collected on departure.
The above applies to British citizens...I don't know what the regulations are for Israeli nationals....
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