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North and South Korea: striking contrasts

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Kumsusan Palace of the Sun – a symbol of North Korea’s closed.

The statue of Admiral Yi Sun-Sin – the monument, which is visited by most tourists in South Korea.

The old station (Pyongyang).

Subway in Seoul.

Women on the street in North Korea.

Women on the street in South Korea.

Restaurant «Okryu» (North Korea).

Cafe “Sunset” (South Korea).

Students studying in the People’s Palace (Pyongyang).

Students Daelim University (South Korea).

People on the street (North Korea).

People on the roof of the building (South Korea).

Fruitless unsettled territory outside Pyongyang.

Departure from Seoul.

Bus stop (to Pyongyang).

Bus Stop (Seoul).

Regulirovschitsa on a deserted street of North Korea.

Street trade in South Korea.

Man with trolley in North Korea.

Man with trolley in South Korea.

The statue of Kim Il Sung (North Korea).

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