TripAdvisor Reviews Youth Hotel Pyongyang
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... whilst providing North Korea with an important source of foreign currency. As of April 2013, 123 South Korean companies were employing approximately 53,000 DPRK workers and 800 ROK staff. Their wages, totalling $90 million each year, have been paid directly to the North Korean government. At times of tension between North and South Korea, southern access to the Industrial Park has been restricted. In 2012, wages were estimated at about $160 per month, about one-fifth ...
... once we entered North Korea, and also helped us to interpret what we saw.
Our group of twelve all met beforehand in Sydney. As you would expect of people going to North Korea, everyone was well travelled (four people, including the two of us, had each been to 130+ countries – definitely not your average tour group). Together we watched two movies made in the country. The first one was “A State of Mind”, a BBC Documentary made in 2004 which ...
... Korean burger
(probably made of pork) and a cup of tea. The burger tasted quite good
and it wasn't anything like McDonald's burger. The passenger next to
me said NPRK is like China 50 years ago (note that he's under 50 years
of age.) He and his two colleagues were treated as VIPs, staying in hotels better than ours, and were driven around in a Mercedes Benz.
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... shown a music appreciation room where people can listen to an array of music. While access to books and music is great, it is not a replacement for the Internet and an ipod.
We checked out a Health club where I got a massage. The massage was very different. It started off with heating the inside of clay cups and placing them on the victim (person being massaged). The cups feels like pinching and results in red marks on back that last over a week. ...