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Inside North Korea David Guttenfelder, chief Asia photographer for the Associated Press, along with Jean H. Lee, AP bureau chief in Seoul, were granted unprecedented access to parts of North Korea.

Women Pulling A Trolley In Jung Pyong Ri Village In North Korea On May 07, 2010 - - Eric Lafforgue/Getty Images

Women Pulling A Trolley In Jung Pyong Ri Village In North Korea On May 2010 - - Eric Lafforgue/Getty Images

Pyongyang, North Korea (with picture of Kim Il Sung) :  Pjöngjang: Dort hängt ein Porträt des Staatsgründers Kim Il Sung außen an einem Gebäude. | © Damir Sagolj/Reuters

Pyongyang, North Korea (with picture of Kim Il Sung) © Damir Sagolj/Reuters

A military guide leads a tour to the mystical Mount Paektu. It was here, official lore says, that Kim Il Sung fought for independence from Japanese occupiers in the 1930s.

A North Korean soldier, working as a guide, walks through a forest that is said to be a former camp site of Kim Il Sung leading a battle against the Japanese at the foot of Mount Paektu

Kitchen in a house in the countryside - North Korea

North Korea Facts, Korean Wave, Taekwondo, Heart Breaks, Southeast Asia, Travers, Cinematography, South Korea, Countryside

Dang NK might be poorer than Detroit

North Korean children buy things from a local rural shop

An illustration of a building project hangs in front of the construction project in progress in Pyongyang, North Korea, photographed on April (AP Photo/David Guttenfelder)

˚Arirang Mass Games At May Day Stadium, Pyongyang, North Korea

˚Arirang Mass Games At May Day Stadium, Pyongyang, North Korea

10 отличий детства в Северной Корее от детства в других странах

10 отличий детства в Северной Корее от детства в других странах

A communal farm compound near Kaesong, North Korea, Associated Press photographer David Guttenfelder,

Inside the lost world of North Korea: Daily life in the planet's most secretive nation

These pictures, by Associated Press photographer David Guttenfelder, explore aspects of this backward dictatorship which have never been seen before.

Journalist Johan Nylander and his North Korean guide, Ko Chang Ho. EDITOR'S NOTE: This image was not among those deleted by North Korean officials.

Photos North Korea didn't want you to see

If you are somehow allowed to visit North Korea as a tourist, be prepared to have a government official watch over your every step. Every interaction, photograph, and visit must first be approved by the government.

A roadside stall in DPRK.  "Tell the world we are starving."

North Korea faces famine: 'Tell the world we are starving'

17 Shocking North Korea Facts That Will Change What You Think About The Country

North Korea is very similar to the book 1984. They have a horrible camp called Fourteen Camp. The rules and mindset is very alike with 1984.

North Korea is very similar to the book They have a horrible camp called Fourteen Camp. The rules and mindset is very alike with

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