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In our last Mass Games blog we discussed the origins of mass gymnastics outside of the DPRK. In today’s blog post, we’re taking a look at how Mass Games developed in North Korea.Read full story
Koryo Tours is excited to be the first to announce the creation and release of a new blockchain-based cryptocurrency exclusively for use in the DPRK tourism industry — the Koryo Coin!Read full story
Jonas has been been interning at Koryo Tours since January and just came back from his first trip to the DPRK. In this blog, his writes about his first trip and the things that surprised him about North Korea.Read full story
Between Friday 9th and Sunday 11th of March the DPRK was one of the countries participating in the FINA Diving World Series in Beijing’s iconic Water Cube (official name is the less-evocative ‘National Aquatics Centre’) . This Diving World Series is an interesting event; it is happening over four separate stages, in Beijing, Japan (happening at the time of writing), Kazan (Russia), and in Montreal. It involves both men and women, dives from various heights of boards, solo and synchronised dives, and participants from a range of countries including the UK, Australia, Russia, Ukraine, France, Germany, Malaysia, and more.Read full story
One of the highlights of a recent visit to the Rason Free Trade Zone of the DPRK (in the far north, on the border with both Russia and China) our adventurous tour group who had travelled to this area from Pyongyang by local train (a tourism first! We will be offering this again in the near future) was invited to be the first visitors to the Rason Soft Drinks Factory – naturally we jumped at the chance.Read full story