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Tourism in North Korea is tightly controlled by the North Korean government. Only about 4, to 6, Western tourists visit North Korea each year. Interactions between foreign tourists Just looking for someone real in Pyongyang local people have historically been tightly controlled; [2] however, from photos seen around the Internet and evidence from travelers to North Korea, those restrictions seem to have relaxed slightly in the past few years.

The Swedish diplomatic mission to North Korea emphasizes that disrespect against the North Korean nation, its leaders and its symbols are regarded by North Korean authorities as very offensive. The tolerance level for disruptive behavior is minimal and such can lead to imprisonment.

Department of State also states that it has received reports of North Korean authorities detaining U. Tourists must go on guided tours. As of June [update]the northern border to China has been opened and Chinese citizens are free to drive their own vehicles to Luoa small North Korean northeast border region where they are free to explore, mingle, and photograph.

This is seen as a first step toward expanded Just looking for someone real in Pyongyang and development in that region. Since December [update]North Korea has been open to tourists during the winter. While tourists have historically been restricted to Pyongyang, some tours [11] have recently been able to expand to other parts of the country such as Rajin and the market there and Chongjin. For Westernersthere are a handful of private tour operators that help provide access to North Korea.

There has been a recent incident where a year-old American student named Otto Warmbier was arrested at the airport before departure, allegedly for removing a propaganda Just looking for someone real in Pyongyang from a wall in his hotel. Warmbier was at the time traveling with Chinese tour operator Young Pioneer Tours for a 5-day tourist trip to North Korea. He was convicted of "committing hostile acts" against the state after allegedly stealing a propaganda poster from the restricted floor of his hotel and sentenced to 15 years hard labor.

Koryo Tours known for its North Korean-related films such as Comrade Kim Goes Flying and strong history in the region are also looking into their positions on the matter. Inthe area around Mount Kumganga scenic mountain close to the South Korea border, was designated as a special tourist destination: Mount Kumgang Tourist Region. The city received several hundred tourists each week, mostly South Koreans. The tours to Kaesong were suspended in December due to a political conflict between North and South Korean relating to propaganda balloons.

The balloons, filled with information critical of Kim Jong-il and the North Korean regime, were sent into North Korea from just south of the border in South Korea. In Aprilthe first tourist trains from DandongChina brought visitors to North Korea for Just looking for someone real in Pyongyang four-day tour. In JuneChinese citizens were allowed on a self-driven tour in North Korea for the first time.

As of Januarytourists are now able to bring their own mobile phones into North Korea, [28] although without a North Korean SIM card which became available to foreigners the phone will not be able to make or receive calls. Previously, foreigners had to surrender their phones at the border or airport before entering the country.

The number of Chinese tourists visiting North Korea fell 70 percent from to One Chinese travel agency cited the Just looking for someone real in Pyongyang number of packages and restrictions on where foreign tourists can travel as the main reasons for the lack of interest. Only the capital Pyongyang and Mount Kumgang are available on Chinese itineraries.

Various places are accessible from the Chinese side, such as Namyang and monasteries in Chilbosan from Tumen, China. Ina Tumen-Korean Just looking for someone real in Pyongyang service was scheduled to start.

Inthe North Korea government allowed Chinese tourists to stay in North Korea for a maximum of 6 months. In principle, any person is allowed to travel to North Korea; only South Koreans and journalists are routinely denied, although there have been some exceptions for journalists.

For instance, Croatian journalists had special access in June Seeks pussy to please in Mejillones, although their phones were confiscated and returned as they departed and they had a special tour guide.

Travel agents can help potential visitors through the bureaucratic process. A tourist visa typically comes in the form of a blue travel paper which is stamped by North Korean customs instead of the passport. The travel paper is Just looking for someone real in Pyongyang away upon exiting the country. Visitors are not allowed to travel outside designated tour areas without their Korean guides. Before[33] tourists holding United States passports were not granted visasexcept during the Arirang Festival mass games.

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