Should I risk this place?

Australian not American which probably helps slightly. I am looking at the shorter tours, like 3-4 days or something. It seems so easy to run afoul of things though.

>Take photo with wide angle lens
>Includes construction site
>Espionage
>Torture, conviction, possible death

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  1. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Australian not American which probably helps slightly.
    No one in china fricking cares that you visit until war actually fricking breaks out which is years away.

    >b-but my canadian detainee
    >muh pol posts about arrests
    Unless you run a super popular YT/social platform that the government is aware of, a possible CEO of a large company pulling out, or diplomat doing some unfavorable shit. NO ONE FRICKING CARES ABOUT WHITE PIGGU VISITING. Believe it or not you aren't that important or worth the cost of bothering so long as you follow the rules there.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      I clearly am important otherwise they wouldn't have guides show me everywhere and kids performing dancing moves for me, but thanks for your 'I am angry at myself and I am going to vent on SighSee' rant. Well played Piggu.

      I wouldn't bother. The fun would probably wear off after a few hours and then you realise you are stuck with those strict guidelines for the rest of the trip or risk ending up like that American israelite a couple years ago. I think the borders are still closed right now too. Also you lose visa free access to the US afterwards and have to spend a shit load and go through the hassle of getting a visa if you ever wanted to visit the US again

      Kinda my fear, get there, can't take any photos, can't speak to anyone. Non-stop teh great leader stuff...

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      >No one in china fricking care
      God damn I hate this website

  2. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    I wouldn't bother. The fun would probably wear off after a few hours and then you realise you are stuck with those strict guidelines for the rest of the trip or risk ending up like that American israelite a couple years ago. I think the borders are still closed right now too. Also you lose visa free access to the US afterwards and have to spend a shit load and go through the hassle of getting a visa if you ever wanted to visit the US again

  3. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    honestly, by the time you've done all the research on preparing for a trip to DPRK you've pretty much seen the 2-3 things that you'll see anyway.
    not worth it, its money you could spend on literally any other trip and have much more fun.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      Nope, it's going to be a shitty guided tour that you could see on Youtube, except on Youtube you don't have the chance of getting waterboarded by Kimmy because you broke some autistic rule. Massive waste of money when there are so many cool places in the world that you can go instead.

      trips of truth

  4. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Australian not American which probably helps slightly.
    Americans are banned by their own government, the only restriction specifically imposed on American tourists by the North Koreans is that they have to fly in and out, so no train across the border.
    >I am looking at the shorter tours, like 3-4 days or something.
    3 days tour means 1 full day in the country, try to go for at least 3 full days, otherwise you will really feel like you've been just shown whatever you have seen on Youtube.
    >It seems so easy to run afoul of things though.
    Only if you can't follow basic instructions and are unable to refrain from doing stupid shit.
    If you can visit Auschwitz without offending the guides, you can visit North Korea without offending the guides.
    >Take photo with wide angle lens
    Not too much of a problem any more, your guides will tell you when not to take photos, it's in their own interest.
    >Includes construction site
    If you're caught, you're likely going to be asked to delete the offending photos. If you really want to keep them just delete them , swap the memory card and recover them when you're back home
    >Espionage
    Not going to happen unless you try to pull glowie stuff or try to spread your flavor of religion.
    >Torture, conviction, possible death
    Western hostages are treated decently, ask any of them.
    It would be absolutely stupid of the Kim regime to waste their negotiation tokens in hostage diplomacy.
    The Warmbier case was an unfortunate consequence of a young israeli man trying to kill himself after being shown the limits of his White privilege.

  5. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Tourism has been closed for like the past three years and is still closed for the unforeseeable future. I’m not really sure what to make of it, I think a few days could be cool but the amount of restrictions are annoying.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      I wish it would get back open again. The Mass Games were such a trip.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        Yeah, I also do want to go. I think it would be interesting but also sort’ve boring really fast though. I’ve looked into a lot of these trips they usually do and they’re rather uneventful. I think seeing Sariwon, Kaesong or Kumgangsan would be a bit more neat. Pyongyang would be neat but I don’t think it’s a really good picture of “North Korea.” The architecture is pretty cool though. I know there’s private tours to see more around but too much of a hassle.

  6. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Good News

    North Korea is planning to boost tourism next year

    I have my Eye on going to North Korea as well. Just a short trip.

    Imagine getting those instagram pics and NK souvineers.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      Tbh, you're right, imagine standing in Kim Il Sung square where the legend himself stood many times.

  7. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Otto was held under water for such a length of time that that is what caused his brain damage and coma, also all his teeth somehow got moved back despite being no evidence of trauma.

    We all know it wasn't botulism though,
    ....dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7186411/North-Korea-detain-Australian-man-Alek-Sigley.html

  8. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    If you do, take an Android phone and load GrapheneOS onto it and don't use any real accounts you use at home on it. They'll monitor and backdoor everything they can.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      They're gonna go through my Snapchat at border customs and find all the troons?

  9. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Or better yet

    get these bad boys and use a LED dimmer plastic over the video.

    Im sure those koreans never would guess glasses came w/ video/camera

  10. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    it is no risk at all. don't be a pansy.

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