Photographer Posts the Fascinating Photos from North Korea That Got Him Banned from the Country

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The government did not like this photo because of the misplaced scarf of the center pioneer’s outfit. The government likes everything particular, especially when tourists are visiting. This was a huge taboo to even happen, let alone photograph.

“Corridor Inside the Subway,” 2012

This is a seemingly fine place to take a photo, but it is actually up to the tour guide to let you take the photo or not depending on what is going on. There are only three train stations that are open for guests of the country, and they are allowed to take a ride on the train.

“Residential District,” 2012

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Photographing residence’s is strictly prohibited. These particular apartments seem to be in ruins, as many of them are. Sometimes it is unavoidable for a tour guide to take their passengers along this way. This photographer managed to get a quick snap of how the citizens are forced to live.

“Women Selling Food in the Street,” 2011

Huts like this are common in North Korean city streets, as visitors are encouraged to try traditional kimchi cabbage.

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