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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.

Michal only had 15 seconds to capture this photo before his guide steered him out of the 'locals only' shop.

N Korean families suffer severe lack of food. Farming practices are horrid. They have turnip, leeks, apples & potatoes to choose from.

On This Day In Spring, People Had Put Some Carpets To Dry On The Banks Of The Taedong River. Since There Was A Kim Il Sung Statue In The Back, Taking Picture With Those Carpets Was Forbidden

51 Illegal Photos Of North Korea That Kim Jong Un Doesn’t Want You To See

On This Day In Spring, People Had Put Some Carpets To Dry On The Banks Of The Taedong River. Since There Was A Kim Il Sung Statue In The Back, Taking Picture With Those Carpets Was Forbidden

Shop in Pyongyang - North Korea

I was looking for some shoes as i broke mine in the mountain treck. The guides took me to the main "shopping malls". All the shoes came from China and were the worst quality i ever saw. i ended in an Adidas shop, in an hotel gallery.

North Korean soldiers on parade.

North Korean soldiers march during a mass military parade in Pyongyang's Kim Il Sung Square, on Sunday, April (AP Photo/David Guttenfelder)

Pictures in every room

Portraits of Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il overlook a classroom at a model secondary school, where students busy themselves with physics experiments.

‘One night, on the way back to the hotel my bus had to take an alternate route due to street closures. As we passed by old buildings, the guides asked me not to shoot with flash. The official reason was to avoid scaring people.

Manche Kinder erschrecken sich, wenn sie zum ersten Mal im Leben eine Rolltreppe sehen.

The Pionners Camp Of Wonsan Is Often Visited By Tourists To Show The Youth From All Over The Country Having Fun. But Some Children Come From The Countryside And Are Afraid To Use The Escalators Which They’ve Never Seen Before

2 | Secret Photos From Inside North Korea Show Life In The World's Most Isolated Country | Co.Exist | ideas + impact: Professional photojournalists are rarely allowed to even enter the country.

Secret Photos From Inside North Korea Show Life In The World’s Most Isolated Country

The secret behind German photographer Julia Leeb's coverage of North Korea for her new book, North Korea: Anonymous Country lies in her.

‘Paranoia is strong in North Korean minds. I took this picture at a funfair of a tired mother and child resting on a bench. I was asked to delete the picture since the guides were certain I would have said those people were homeless.

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