Life in North Korea has been changing within the last few years — there are more private enterprises appearing in the country and the population got mobile phones, along with other benefits of civilization that are common for the rest of the world. However, it’s still too early to speak about significant changes since life outside Pyongyang, where only a part of all of the citizens live, is not much different from the life they had 10-20 years ago.
A house in the center of Pyongyang decorated with sculptures traditional for modern North Korea
Pyongyang, April 2017. The Tower of the Juche Ideology is located in the center of the city and is one of the most illuminated objects in the whole country.
North Hamgyong Province, September 2017. Transport is a rare thing outside Pyongyang.
The winner of the marathon that took place in Pyongyang on April 9, 2017. He says that he wants to please the leader of the country Kim Jong-un with his achievements in sports.
Dogs of home breeds are also kept in the zoo. For example, in 2014, Yorkshire terriers were brought there too.
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