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What is the everyday life like in North Korea?

Television in North Korea - Wikipedia

Television in North Korea - Wikipedia

People in North Korea are not aloud to know much about the rest of the world, and they not aloud to know much about their self either. Their Media is cut down to a sliver. And, it is only about the good in North Korea, even though there isn't any. These people are brainwashed everyday of their life. They have about six tv channels about their leader even though, not many Koreans have time for tv, or even have one. Some don't even have a house for that matter.

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A photographer captured these dismal photos of life in North Korea on his phone

A photographer captured these dismal photos of life in North Korea on his phone

There is so much poverty in North Korea. Many children sit at train stations and beg for money. This is an example above. Some of the richest people in North Korea are considered some of the poorest in places like America and Europe.

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What is everyday life like for an average citizen in North Korea? - Quora

What is everyday life like for an average citizen in North Korea? - Quora

This is the Kim Jong-un room at a local primary school in North Korea. The children in North Korea are taught a little differently than the children in the rest of the world. In North Korea children are taught to completely worship their leader. Many different schools around north korea have rooms named after him and they learn everything about him.

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Inside North Korea: Forbidden photos taken inside Kim Jong-un's secretive state

Inside North Korea: Forbidden photos taken inside Kim Jong-un's secretive state

As you can see in the picture citizens are cleaning the streets. In this picture, there there is also a man standing guard on the street corner. They keep this city clean because this the only city they will let outsiders see. They try to keep people thinking that all of North Korea is just like this. There are guards in the streets to make sure no tourist go outside of the border of this town.

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