Whilst it is true to say that visiting North Korea is a lot more restricted than a conventional trip abroad, not least to mention unique in terms of its political context and what visitors have to follow, there are nevertheless a lot of things which may surprise you too. Although without a doubt ... » Learn More about Here are 7 things you thought you couldn’t do in North Korea
As a Brit, I see millions and millions of people go to resorts in Spain for their holidays every year. The pull of the cheap package holiday in Benidorm, the Majorca or the Canary Islands, is for many people simply irresistible. Me? I went once, never again. Here I am running trips to North Korea, ... » Learn More about 5 reasons North Korea is a better holiday destination than Spain
We often hear the word "Juche" associated with North Korea. The country's official constitution describes itself as "the socialist motherland of Juche" affirming its place as the official ideology of the state. When visiting North Korea, you'll hear no shortage of the term either, with of course ... » Learn More about The Juche Ideology: An Introduction
You've probably seen a lot of posts by us lately throughout social media advertising the Rason International Trade Fair this August. If you're familiar with our itineraries and programs you may sense that this one sounds a bit unique and is, different from a conventional tour to North Korea. But you ... » Learn More about What is the Rason International Trade Fair? And why is it so special this year?
How does everyday opinion understand football in North Korea? It's not hard to guess. In 2014 a parody story went viral in the British tabloid press claiming that North Korea had told their citizens that they had "won the world cup", coming complete with a falsified video of Kim Jong-un purportedly ... » Learn More about The World Cup and Football in North Korea: Busting the Myths