North Korea is Not What I Expected, and Here’s Why…

Let’s begin with this 4 minute video/documentary that I made from my trip to North Korea (which is my first video ever to hit 1 million+ views!) .

This Video Will Change Your Perception of North Korea

I recently spent 3 days in Pyongyang, North Korea with Koryo Tours and I put together this short video/documentary from the trip. Please keep in mind that this video is about my own personal experiences in North Korea, so please take what I say with a grain of salt. I am well aware that all tours to the DPRK are organized and preplanned, and what I saw was a skewed perspective (a small fraction) of the realities that may exist behind closed doors. My goal in making this video (and all videos) has always been the same – to focus on spreading happiness & positivity in our world by connecting with people across the globe. While it’s more challenging to do this in North Korea, I tried my best to show you a different (positive) side of the DPRK and connect with the people – which may change your perception from all the negativity the media has brought to this nation. Many of you know my deep love and appreciation with Korea, as I lived and taught English in Seoul for 18 months. I can speak Korean conversationally, so I used my ability to meet eye to eye with as many locals as I could and have conversations with them. Most people I came across were friendly and kind-hearted, even after telling them I was American. It’s unfortunate that they were born into such a controlling regime, but it certainly wasn’t their fault or choice.I welcome your thoughts, feedback and questions about my trip to North Korea (comment below!) If you enjoy this video, please share it to help me spread a message of peace, positivity and happiness within the DPRK. Music: Ben Sound & Audio Autix

Drew Binsky यांनी वर पोस्ट केले सोमवार, २४ एप्रिल, २०१७

Disclaimer:   It’s important to know that all tours to North Korea are heavily organized and preplanned as to what we can do, eat, see and where we can sleep. Everyone must stick with the tour group at all times, and various rules are strictly enforced.  I realize that what I experienced in North Korea was a small fraction of the realities that may exist behind closed doors. 

Everything you are about to read is based off my own personal experiences in North Korea,

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