16. Female Soldiers Working In The Fields, 2008
North Korean military service mostly implies help for workers and peasants: there are not so many people to work because the soil in the country is mostly unsuitable for agriculture. Moreover, someone should look after workers and reveal situations of workers not performing their duties well. Due to the government’s official version, soldiers only help workers to achieve goals set by leaders.
17. Vapor Truck On The Road, 2011
Because of the lack of fuel, many cars run on gas outside of Pyongyang. And this gas is obtain by burning charcoal. It’s not surprising that such fuel that was used in Europe during the Second World War causes damage to already unsafe vehicles.
18. Village In The Chilbo Sea Area, 2010
Due to Eric’s words, a guide took his camera after he took this shot. The reason is obvious: the poverty catches the eye.
19. Portrait Of A North Korean Girl Using A Computer During A Tourist Visit, Hamhung, 2011
This scene seems to be an ordinary one: a girl sitting in front of a computer. But there is one important feature: the computer is not on. For those who have already visited North Korea, it’s a rather common situation. Power cuts are an ordinary occurrence because there are just a couple of power stations in the country.
20. Barbed Wire Along The Coast, 2008
According to the official version, the main purpose of this fence is to protect North Korea from danger. But it may also be a tool that helps keep people inside the country because people who try to escape use every opportunity to leave North Korea.
These pictures tell shows us the true face of North Korea. Thus, the photographer faced a ban later. And have you ever been to North Korea? Read more about Hidden Secrets Behind The Lives Of North Korean Women Revealed!