I think if your travelling to N.Korea then your fair game at this point.
‘This is not peace, it is an armistice for 20 years.’ (Ferdinand Foch. After the Treaty of Versailles, 1919).
Why would anyone want to visit NK?
Bad climate---political and meteorological.
Bad culture---how many tributes to "dear leader" can a person stomach?
Bad booze---I suspect Korean made spirits are not a taste treat.
Bad beaches---I've never seen a Corona commercial filmed on a NK beach.
I have heard the missile launches and saber-rattling are first-rate, though.
No matter how cynical I become toward politicians, it's never enough.
Beaches-I doubt they would allow a commercial to be filmed there, anyhow, you're right about that
Climate-I would argue that it's patently false as SK has a fairly balanced climate with all four seasons but NK is more north (obviously) so I would have no idea actually.
The tragedy is not that things are broken. The tragedy is that things are not mended again. - Alan Paton
Bach is the beginning and end of all music - Max Reger
It is not God who kills the children. Not fate that butchers them or destiny that feeds them to the dogs. It's us. Only us - Rorschach
I think I know who this person is. He was a forumer on another forum I frequent called Nationstates, and went by the name of "Dokrib Choseon". He was devoted to protecting and promoting North Korea to the point of fanaticism and stated that he was going to travel to North Korea sometime around April 10. The person in question is also a teacher in China and recently announced that he had adopted it as his new "homeland".
Here's his blog.
History proves that all dictatorships, all authoritarian forms of government are transient. Only democratic systems are not transient. Whatever the shortcomings, mankind has not devised anything superior. -Vladimir Putin