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Road To North Korea

Road to North Korea By Michael Huniewicz



Shooting photos in North Korea is highly illegal. Most people that attempt at taking pictures there are usually caught and forced to delete there files.  This photographer was able to smuggle his images back home.

I think these photos give an amazing insight to the life of North Korea that not many people even know exists. You really learn a lot about there lifestyle just by scrolling through the images. Also makes me really appreciate the luxurious life we have all grown so used to here in the US.

A lot of people just try not to think about whats going on over at North Korea, but it is definately  a step in the right direction that people are documenting it for what it is (or trying too atleast).


(c) 2016, Ricky Montalbano





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