A rare visit to one of the world's last closed societies. Photographs by Christopher Morris for TIME. Photographer Tomas van Houtryve gets an extraordinarily unfilitered view of life inside the reclusive Asian nation.
I visited North Korea for 16 days in Here are photos I took inside all corners of this secretive socialist nation. Photographer Eric Lafforgue has visited Kim Jung Un's North Korea six times to photograph life in the totalitarian country. Lafforgue was banned after his sixth trip to North Korea, in , after he made an off-handed comment about a group of Spanish tourists visiting the country.
Take a look at one of the world's last closed societies with these candid and unfiltered North Korea pictures from the Hermit Kingdom. If any image can tell the story of North and South Korea in one frame, it's this shot taken by an astronaut aboard the International Space Station in January
These Are the Last Americans to Visit North Korea. Photography. Rare Look Inside North Korea's Massive Military. 6 Surprising Things You Didn't Know About . Here are photos I took inside all corners of this secretive socialist nation. Here are photos (part 1) taken during this visit to North Korea. .. a North Korean ideological museum, here is an in-depth photo essay I did to give you a look.
Photographer Eric Lafforgue visited North Korea six times — this is what he saw. North Korea is a country in transition, moving from isolation to fast And perhaps they'll be curious to hear what life in Pyongyang is like as one.
As North Korean leader Kim Jong Un meets with President Donald Trump for a summit in Hanoi, Vietnam, all eyes are on the Hermit Kingdom — one of the most closed-off places in the world. Propaganda runs rampant and presents a very different outlook on day-to-day life for North. After Lafforgue came back from his 6th trip to North Korea in , however, the government discovered him sharing secretly taken North Korea photos online.