Can I take pictures in North Korea?

Contrary to popular belief, taking photos in North Korea is allowed and you’ll have plenty of opportunities during your tour with us. Photography freedom is less restrictive than most travellers expect. However, there are photography guidelines that must strictly be followed by all visitors to North Korea.

How much is a tour to North Korea?

Visiting the country isn’t terribly expensive or difficult to organize, although it will cost Americans from just $500 to about $2,500 for a preplanned tour, depending on the length of the trip. Several groups offer all-inclusive package tours of North Korea, such as Koryo Tours.

Are you allowed to take selfies in North Korea?

Can you take photos and videos in North Korea? Unlike what many people believe, or what the media may suggest, it is perfectly fine to take pictures and videos in North Korea.

Are there any Forbidden Photos from North Korea?

28 Forbidden North Korea Photos That Were Smuggled Over the Border byJen EngevikFebruary 3, 2015, 3:00 pm ShareTweet The above photos feature the photography of Eric Lafforgue, a photographer who was able to visit North Korea six times.

What do the photos in North Korea show?

Photographs are uncensored and show mass graves, mutilated corpses and burnt women and children. The final room depicts the surrender of the Americans. The visuals are aggressive and intense, and copies of these murals are used in educational facilities to push the anti-American narrative.

Are there any natural wonders in North Korea?

One of the things I found quite surprising about North Korea was how beautiful a lot of the landscapes were. There are certainly a few natural wonders to explore. In these two photos you can see a waterfall from a national park and the coloured lighting of a cave complex deep underground.

What’s the life like in North Korea now?

“Life is brutal in many places of North Korea, far from the Western standard,” said Lafforgue. Regardless of how the average person of North Korea is treated, he says they treated him with love and acceptance. The above slideshow features 28 of his photos.