Tired and tanned, I am back from one of the most mysterious countries on this planet seum ni da. Luckily they did not scrutinize my photos, but still left me an unpleasant impression 'cause there exist military dictatorship and ultimate cult for leader worship seum ni da. Soldiers and officers are far from the word "dignity", most of them are just wearing unfitting uniforms and acting like gangsters (in fact they ARE) seum ni da.
No free minds, no free markets, no free choices, only the Kim family and their fellow generals can make the decisions and leave the people skinny seum ni da. Floods did strike the country so Myohyangsan is not accessible right now seum ni da.
They tries to show us the prosperity of Pyongyang seum ni da. Adequate foods (not to mention Kimchi!) , convenient tubes (designed to defend during nuclear attacks), low-carbon trams and so on
I bet those guys have never heard of the "Potemkin village", razz seum ni da.
Perhaps the "Arirang" show is the only thing you should not miss, 100 thousand people take part in the performance seum ni da. Of course, no translation seum ni da.
OK, I think you have had enough with the "seum ni da" seum ni da. Hahahahahhhh, almost every sentence I heard during the trip ended with "seum ni da" so I can't help making a joke and hope you get it seum ni da~~~