My 7 Day Journey Through NORTH KOREA (DPRK) [私の7日間の北朝鮮旅行!]

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I had always wanted to visit North Korea. This fascination had gotten the best of me and I decided to venture into the mysterious country for a 7 day trip with Young Pioneer Tours. It was truly a life-changing experience. I learnt so many things about the history and culture. I also learnt that the North Korean people are very friendly. Many of them don't want to be governed by the Kim family but have no choice.

I tried to be as unbiased as possible, while just showing you the things you can expect to see if you YOURSELF decide to take a trip to North Korea one day.

I was only allowed to freely video things that the North Korean tour guide wanted me to. So this video is not meant as an expose of any sort. It is just a travel blog of my time in North Korea. I tried to remain as respectful as possible (while they held onto my passport).

I hope truly for peace and freedom for the people of North Korea. The North Korean people and myself wish for peace. The North Korean people don't all hate foreign people. They wake up, eat breakfast, go to work and love their families like we all do. It;s important that I made an effort to not demonize the people like Western media does.

I hope you enjoy the video! And let's all hope for a resolution to the North Korean conflict and for long-term peace and stability.

I hope you enjoy the video.

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