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qwed 10 year s ago
My god thats depressing.
       
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orendadude 10 year s ago
And after we finish at the fun park, we will go down and watch the army gun down innocent people and go out for rice cake.
       
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mm 10 year s ago
Creepy. Is it too expensive place to go or are visitors labeled as "different from norm" and taken to death camps in the middle of the night?
       
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rikki_doxx 10 year s ago
Where are all the people?
       
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Benimou 10 year s ago
Rusty but clean! No paper, no spit, no shit, why not?!
       
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GOODSTUFF4U 10 year s ago
not safe - word of mouth

a few examples in Asia
       
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lobo 10 year s ago
yeeee, and don't forget your tetanus vaccine
       
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kryosis 10 year s ago
O_O'
       
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mali22 10 year s ago
wtf is #23?
       
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lolzz 10 year s ago
Chernobyl?
       
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Mr. Ree 10 year s ago
There must be a paint shortage in N. Korea...
       
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Enter your name 10 year s ago
South Korea - Aid (Japan + USA)(Technology + Money) = North Korea
       
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Spotgear 9 year s ago
If you don't know anything else, nothing else matters.
       
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Can’t wait to see one of the most “thriving” centers of amusement? Welcome to North Korea. Local Mangyongdae funfair sends chills down the spine as soon as you mention its name. This place is nearly always empty, as ordinary North Koreans, for some reason, avoid it.

No wonder they do. The park’s rides are so ramshackle that locals are recruited to test the rides for safety before foreign visitors are invited to come here.

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