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North Korea – how well do you know the tourism in the world’s most isolated country?

The Trump – Kim summit has recently ended without a deal. However, some commentators and analysts remain optimistic because the yesterday meeting will be likely to bring about a more potential one in the future. In other words, we can expect chairman Kim Jong Un will sit around the table with U.S president Donald Trump to discuss a win-win deal. “Sometimes you have to walk” – that’s the claim from Mr. President. He’s right in this situation. Diplomacy is a very long process. Similarly, building real trust takes time, not to mention the fact that big deal must be reached step by step. Nevertheless, thanks to this summit, North Korea – the world’s most isolated country will come to light in many aspects of life. That means we stand more chance to take a trip in this country. As far as we know, the more mysterious something is, the more we desire for discovery. North Korea brings us a lot of golden opportunity to find out the secrets, hidden gems, tourist destinations as well as local culture. I ensure we’re needing to buy a ticket to North Korea. Firstly, I would like us to give clear answers to these quizzes before going so that we can make sure we obey the local laws as well as the weird regulations in North Korea. This will help us prevent the risks of imprisonment or forced labor.

  • As a tourist, you are free to take a photo anywhere you like in North Korea.

    • True
    • False
  • Foreign tourists are strongly encouraged to communicate and interact with local people in North Korea if they like.

    • True
    • False
  • Which architectural sites below is the highest one in North Korea?

    • Tower of the Juche Idea
    • Mansudae Grand Monument
    • Triumphal Arch
    • Ryugyong Hotel
  • You can bring a Kpop music product with you while traveling in North Korea.

    • True
    • False
  • Blue jean is not allowed by law in North Korea.

    • True
    • False
  • Which destination serves as the mausoleum of former North Korean leaders?

    • Kumsusan Palace of the Sun
    • Tanjun Mausoleum
    • Mount Kumgang
    • Kim Il-sung Square
  • Which destination serves as the display of gifts from foreign heads of state to former North Korean leaders?

    • Pyongyang Metro
    • Mansudae Grand Monument
    • Kaesong Namdaemun
    • International Friendship Exhibition
  • Which place is called “scariest place on Earth” by former U.S president Bill Clinton?

    • Tomb of King Kongmin
    • Demilitarized Zone
    • Old Wonsan Station
    • Arch of Reunification
  • Where can you see the two high statues of Kim Il-sung and Kim Jong-il in Pyongyang?

    • Triumphal Arch
    • Mansudae Grand Monument
    • Yaoshuili Tomb Murals
    • Victorious Fatherland Liberation War Museum
  • You can be free to discuss political issues in North Korea

    • Yes
    • No

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