Pyongyang, translated to English, means flat land. Anyone who has been here knows that this place certainly is not flat in the abstract sense of the word. There is a rich cultural history in this city and multiple landmarks that have been built in the last 60 years. After the Korean War, it’s said that there was only one standing building left in the city. Once the ancient capital of the Choson, Koguryo and Koryo kingdoms, it’s now a completely modern and rebuilt city. Even though the country may be mysterious to many of us, this city is ready to show itself to the world. Check out these top 10 sites that you can see for yourself if you visit North Korea.
Pyongyang Metro Tag
I was given a rare treat. I took a 3-hour ride through all 16 of the stations in the Pyongyang Metro, a priceless experience. Join me for a virtual tour inside one of the deepest subways in the world.