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    • Discovering North Korea and Its Citizens' Everyday Life
    • Discovering North Korea and Its Citizens' Everyday Life
    • Discovering North Korea and Its Citizens' Everyday Life
    • Discovering North Korea and Its Citizens' Everyday Life
    • Discovering North Korea and Its Citizens' Everyday Life
    • Discovering North Korea and Its Citizens' Everyday Life
    • Discovering North Korea and Its Citizens' Everyday Life
    • Discovering North Korea and Its Citizens' Everyday Life
    • Discovering North Korea and Its Citizens' Everyday Life
    • Discovering North Korea and Its Citizens' Everyday Life
    • Discovering North Korea and Its Citizens' Everyday Life
    • Discovering North Korea and Its Citizens' Everyday Life
    • Discovering North Korea and Its Citizens' Everyday Life
    • Discovering North Korea and Its Citizens' Everyday Life
    © AP Photo / Wong Maye-E
    In the morning North Koreans hear a horn that calls on them to get up and work.

    Above: a North Korean woman balances a pail on her head while she walks past men smoking by the road at the end of a work day on Wednesday, June 22, 2016, in Wonsan, North Korea.

    North Korea is often regarded as the most isolated country in the world. The Communist ideology permeates all aspects of its residents’ activities. While the international community is obsessed with Pyongyang's nuclear ambitions and missile launches, ordinary Koreans are living their everyday life. Let’s lift the veil on it.

    Tags:
    Democratic Republic of North Korea (DPRK), photos, Kwangmyong, Kim Il-sung

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