Visit North Korea is pleased to announce a sponsorship deal with English football club Blyth Spartans F.C. The club, based in Northumbria, near Newcastle Upon Tyne, now hosts a banner for the company in their stadium, known as Croft Park. Links to Visit North Korea will also appear on their website ... » Learn More about Visit North Korea signs sponsorship deal with Blyth Spartans F.C.
Apart from a whole website, blog and social media profiles filled with photos, this is another common question we tend to asked by tourists. Can you take photos in North Korea, and if so, what can and can't you photograph? Again quite straight forwards, the answer is yes! A tourist can take photos ... » Learn More about Can I take photos in North Korea?
One of the most frequent questions we get asked is "Can I bring my phone in North Korea?". With it being such a secretive country, many people assume they can't. However, to put it short: You can! Foreign visitors can bring all types of phones into North Korea without issue! Nobody is going to ... » Learn More about Can I bring my phone in North Korea?
As part of most North Korea tours, unless you're paying more for an Air Koryo flight, then in order to enter the country you must first transit via China. This usually involves travelling to Beijing and then onwards by train to Dandong. Despite the stereotypes, China is a fascinating place ... » Learn More about Common Scams to Avoid in China
Behind today's door lies a North Korean Karaoke! Such Karaoke's are commonly found in the country's bars and restaurants and reflect a culture shared in both South Korea and Japan. On North Korea tours, it is common for staff to sing to tourists. Usually revolutionary sungs are played, but sometimes ... » Learn More about North Korean Advent Calendar: Day 4!