North Korea and South Korea, both are the parts of the Korean peninsula. Both of the countries are identical in many ways. However, the disparities can be seen in a lot ways. So, today we have brought you some pictures that point out the differences between the two countries.
1. Railway Station
North Korean railway station looks underdeveloped and the trains look like they are historical. On the other hand the South Korean railway station is well equipped with modern technology.
As we can see in the images, the North Korean train is far away from the modern technology. However, the South Korean Train looks well managed and beautifully developed.
3. Bus Stand
South Korea has the high-tech bus stands. However, the North Korean bus stands look old school. No doubt North Korea is far behind South Korea in the terms of development.
4. Study Classes
Nowadays, almost entire world is using technology in the classes. Somehow, North Korea denies this such technology. Moreover, the students do not have the access to Internet. On the contrary, South Korea is using all the technology to make the study pleasant and more effective.
We all know that the freedom of the North Korean youth is suppressed under the force of the dictator. But, South Korean youths got all the freedom to enjoy their life to the fullest.
6. Car Parking
The South Korean car parking is full of vehicles. On the other hand, we can see the unfrequented car parking of North Korea.
Clearly, we can see a huge difference. There is substandard condition of North Korean roads and superior quality roads can be seen in South Korea.
Beach is probably the best place to cross over any stress and South Koreans are utilizing the beaches for same purpose. However, only the kids can be seen on the North Korean beaches.
Judging by the above pictures, it seems like North Korea will have to travel a long way to catch up with South Korea. There are many more differences apart from the pictures, you can check them here. What are your thoughts about it? Share in the comment sections.