journalist – writer – traveler

North Korea, an unpolluted haven

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This Easter, the journalist students had a precious chance to experience North Korea. It is such a mysterious territory so this trip open my eyes. One hand, I feel sorry about the limited freedom and wealth of North Koreans. On the other hand, I am jealous of the greenery, their simple and quiet life without worries. Surprisingly, we were treated well during the trip. We could take pictures wildly. We were served with delicious and full meals. The tour guides are nice to chat with. However, we have no way to contact the locals. Facing their blank faces, we are not allowed to speak to them, even if we can, we don’t speak Korean.


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