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🌎 GANGNAM, SEOUL: Guryong village is an illegal shanty town built in 1988, located in the Gangnam district. In 1988, South Korea held the summer olympics, but it was also the year the government set out to eliminate past vestiges of authoritarian rule and make the government more democratic. Freedom of the press was expanded, university autonomy recognised, and restrictions on overseas travels were lifted. Before 1988, it was extremely hard for Koreans to obtain a passport! 1988 was a prosperous year, and a turning point for the country. However, it also displaced a lot of poor people from their homes. Koreans were evicted from houses in low-income areas that were demolished during the city's rapid development for the 1988 Olympic Games. They came to Guryong village as their last refuge. 📷SOCIAL MEDIA📸 🟡 🤍 🔴 Instagram: 🤍 🟢 Facebook: 🤍 👥 BECOME A MEMBER 👥 I have been travelling the world for the past 10 years and have been lucky enough to make life long friends who have invited me to their countries, into their homes, and kindly shown me around. I have created a travel community for my subs, where you can meet like minded people, seek advice, share stories and more. Best of all, you can directly message me asking for my travel hints, tips and tricks. Want to go to South Korea, not sure who to fly with or what route to take around the country, ask me. Want to visit Europe and know the must visit countries, ask me. You can ask me anything (link above). 📩GET IN TOUCH!📩 🟣 Want to collab? DM me on insta. 🟠 Feeling lonely? DM me on insta, please. 🔵 Business enquiry? Email goldman_333🤍hotmail.co.uk. 🦧 WHO AM I? Dan. Sooner or later i'm gonna be a corpse in the ground, worms eating my body and my atoms will disassemble and move off to finds new uses elsewhere in the universe, probably to create a turd. Why take things so serious, why work a job you hate, why listen to people telling you to do things you don't want to do, life's too short for any of that foo foo. I create exploration videos in the hopes of inspiring others to travel and see planet earth. Waterfalls, Aurora Borealis, Curry, Pyramids, Lions, Live Music & Laughter. How Bout That? 🙏 SUBSCRIBE 🤍
Guryong Village is a shantytown right across the street from Gangnam District, the most affluent part of South Korea. Together they represent one of the starkest divides between rich and poor within the same city - but how exactly did this come to be? The answer shows just how inextricable the two really are. Please consider a donation to our Patreon, to help fund the development of more Anomalies: 🤍 This episode wouldn't be possible without the help of Simpli City and The Seoul Guide, two channels which graciously permitted the use of raw footage that you see. Check them out and give them a subscription if you like city walks: 🤍 🤍 Finally, the sources: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
Korea's ONLY Slum's History Is Terrible... | Slightly Homeless The sixth installment in the Slightly Homeless series, featuring myself as I go to alone to Korea's last major slum called Guryong village and with a history darker than fiction, this video WILL BE a good WATCH! HELP ME STAY ON THE STREETS - Patreon 🤍 ATTENTION FELLOW TRAVELERS AND FILMMAKERS If you are interested in doing some crazy adventures, climbing, and or filmmaking activities please do send me an email or leave a comment on how to contact you! Twitter 🤍 Instagram 🤍 Business inquires Slightlyhomelesss🤍gmail.com
Subscribe to our YouTube channel for free here: 🤍 Hundreds of people had to be evacuated after a fire broke out in a slum in Seoul early January 20, 2023. Up to 60 homes were believed to have been gutted in Guryong Village, which is described as one of the last remaining slums in the South Korean capital. Authorities said more than 800 rescuers were mobilised after the fire broke out just before 6.30am. By the afternoon of the same day, no casualties had been reported. Related story: Huge blaze erupts on edge of South Korean capital’s glitzy Gangnam district 🤍 Support us: 🤍 Follow us on: Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Linkedin: 🤍 #scmp #Asia #Seoul
104 village (Baeksa-Maul) was formed in 1967 by emigrants who lost their place to live due to Seoul's urban development policy. This area is currently under redevelopment and construction is scheduled to proceed. Most of the houses have become vacant, but there are still a few houses left, and it is difficult to relocate due to difficulties in cost. Let's walk together in this small town, the last shanty town in Seoul. Google map 🤍 Temperature: 16℃ / 60.8℉ The Equipment I Use : DJI POCKET 2, BY-MM1 PRO Welcome to my channel. 🤍youtube.com/c/WalkingOntheroad You can enjoy for 4K video, if you set it. Let's walk together and enjoy the sceneries from all over the world! Sign up for more 4K ASMR virtual tour videos. Please like and subscribe. That helps me to create more contents like this. Thank you. - Contact: jeonjongwoo🤍gmail.com - Instagram : 🤍 - Please support me for the next better videos 🤍 Copyright © 2022 All Rights Reserved by Walking On #Walkingtour #Village #Redevelopment
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Guryong or Guryong Village (구룡마을) is an illegal encampment (commonly called a shantytown) on private land in Seoul, South Korea, on the edge of the affluent southside district of Dogok-dong, Gangnam District from which it is separated by a six-lane motorway. It was first created in 1988 by squatters evicted from houses in other low-income areas demolished during the city's rapid development prior to the 1988 Olympic Games, and who came to this area as their last refuge. Since at least 2011, there have been plans for re-purposing the area and relocating the residents, though little progress has been made due to disagreements between officials on the best plan of action. Due to unsafe construction, the village has been affected by a number of fire accidents. The Gangnam government is planning to redevelop the area with new apartment for 7,671 people by 2025. Many of the remaining residents are seniors, some earning less than $10 a day. Join me today and we'll explore the labyriths of the last shanty town of Seoul. 🙏 please subscribe to the channel and push the notification button so you will see the next coming videos also share and like the videos If you like them. ►TIMESTAMPS ⏱️ 00:00 Intro / Preview 00:51 Guryong Village - 구룡마을 ⛔DON'T CLICK THIS: 🤍 ►Follow on Instagram : 🤍 ►Facebook : 🤍 💚 If you want to see any specific place in Seoul please let me know in the comments section so I would make a video about that place next time. ►Map : 🤍 📅 Recording Date: Saturday, 3 July 2021 #walkingtour #citysounds #seoul #slums #favela #bidonville #poor #korea #korean #shankytown #구룡마을
Did you know that Korea has a homelessness problem? Before the COVID pandemic, our Asian Boss reporter had a chance to hit the streets of Seoul to see if we can find some homeless people ourselves, and if any of them would be willing to talk to us. Special thanks to Mr. Weonsang Seong for sharing his story. While Mr. Weonsang Seong’s story does not reflect that of the entire Korean homeless population, we hope you found his story insightful. Follow us on social media: Instagram ► 🤍 Facebook ► 🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 TikTok ► 🤍
South Korea's rapid economic boom has left much of the country looking like a concrete jungle. Now architects are pushing a new development style, which aims to preserve the old while introducing new concepts. Al Jazeera's Harry Fawcett reports from Busan, where the shanty town of Gamcheon has been turned into an arts neighbourhood.
Have you ever heard of ‘gosiwon’? Gosiwon refers to a form of dormitory-style single room accommodation common in South Korea that first appeared around the 1980s, mostly near universities in Seoul. These facilities provided cheap accommodation, mostly small in size - between 3 and 6 square meters - and intended for students preparing for state-run exams to be lawyers or senior government officials. But nowadays, gosiwons are more associated with poverty, having become a symbolic residential facility for socially disadvantaged people who cannot afford more comfortable accommodation.
Although poverty doesn't seem too prevalent in such a wealthy country, there is a lot more behind Korea's economical miracle story. 48.3% of the elderly population live under poverty. Yes, almost half of people over 60 years of age struggle everyday to get by due to lack of social welfare programs and policies from the government and support from families who are rapidly losing the sense of filial piety that characterised Asian cultures The spring season is finally being felt here in Seoul but there is a place where its warmth does not yet seem to reach the last of Seoul’s shanty towns, in Junggye-dong, Nowon-gu, known locally as "104 Moon Village." Follow My IG : 🤍 #PovertyInSeoul #104MoonVillage #RealityInSouthKorea #UnspokenRealityInSeoul #SeoulCity #WealthyCountry
Around 500 people were forced to flee their homes after a fire broke out in a slum made of unlicensed dwellings located in Seoul's wealthy Gangnam district. One of South Korea's last remaining slums, Guryong village contains mostly structures made from vinyl plywood panels. The fire broke out at around 6:30 in the morning and is believed to have burned down around 60 homes. According to fire authorities, it was completely extinguished at around noon (0300 GMT). Interested in licensing this video ? Get in touch 👉 🤍 N.B.: AFP’s services and content are for professional use only
We hit the streets of Seoul, South Korea to get people's perspectives on the "Hell Joseon" phenomenon.
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Today we explore Gamcheon Culture Village (부산 감천문화마을) in Busan. What was once was a religious community turned into a place of refuge for civilians during the Korean War. Over the course of five decades, the village became a slum until recently. Rather than demolishing the structures and starting from scratch, Gamcheon Village was painted in diverse colors. With the increased pedestrian traffic, crimes rates dropped and became a tourist hotspot. The narrow alleys and stairs make for a photographic stroll with friends, family and even as a lone traveler! Watch the travel vlog to see the action unfold :) FOLLOW ME: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍sweetandtastyTV MY WORLD FOOD & TRAVEL CHANNEL: 🤍 Snapchat: Missminaoh Sources: 🤍 🤍 🤍 Music from Epidemicsound.com #travelvlog #koreatravel
◎ASIAPRESS rimjingang playlist 🤍 Related article: 🤍 23 year-old Homeless Woman Found Dead (2011/Feb/05) ISHIMARU Jiro (Chief Editor) A 23 year-old woman Rimjin-gang reporter Kim Dong-cheol previously interviewed was recently found dead in a field. Kim was conducting undercover reporting in South Pyongan Province in June 2010 when he met an emaciated, soot-blackened woman in the suburb of the city. With a weak voice, she told Kim she had recently lost her parents, her home, and had since been living in the streets. Kim couldn't catch her name because of her weak voice. At the time she was gathering grass to feed rabbits. In that region of the country, many households are obliged to feed rabbits at home and local schools gather them. It is said that these rabbits are used to supply food to the military or fur procurement. She was selling what she gathered in the market to make what little money she could. This video interview was smuggled out of the country and distributed by ASIAPRESS. It had a large impact on the global community after footage was broadcast on major stations such as ASAHI TV (Japan), KBS TV (South Korea), ARD (Germany) and BBC (UK). In particular, after a feature report on South Korean KBS was aired on October 3, hundreds of comments were posted on the program's website expressing deep feeling of sympathy for her. Kim informed us she was found dead around October 20, 2010, only a few months after meeting her: " Without a home, she had survived by begging in the market and along the road. But one day she was discovered dead in a corn field. It was the corn harvesting season at the time, so she was probably trying to find raw corn to eat. A neighborhood reported that there was a woman's body lying in the field and rumors spread around the area. It was later confirmed that it was the body of the 23 year-old homeless woman. It seems many days had already lapsed since her death, as the body had begun to decompose. But local police still left it there for a long time." Currency reform, the 2009 redenomination of the won, has caused massive economic turmoil in North Korean society, leading to increases in homelessness and starvation in several regions. For families like that of this woman, the policy destroyed their livelihoods. They had no choice but to sell their homes and wander the streets. She is one of the victims of this reckless redenomination policy. Footage Copyright : ASIAPRESS The video footage may not be used in any form(copying,selling,renting,distributing,screening,broadcasting, webcasting and debunking) without the prior written consent.
hey When I googled the most dangerous neighbourhood in Seoul, Yeongdeungpo-gu was the top results with the highest murder rate. I went to explore the area to find some danger, explore some old derelict buildings and have lunch. In Korea, prostitution is illegal, but there is a red light district in this area and I saw the police walking down the main red light district street. I stopped them for a chat and also explored an abandoned prostitution room. #howdangerousisseoul #prostitutioninseoul #police SOCIALS *patreon account - 🤍 *insta 🤍piratedangram *email: rumitspiratedan🤍gmail.com *want to buy me a coffee? 🤍 *phone - 010 4384 0946 i upload twice a week so subscribe here: 🤍
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You can watch this video at 🤍 Behind the tall and luxurious apartments and fancy city life, there exists shanty town, the undeveloped neighborhood. The shacks are mostly stuck together, and they are known to be very hot in the summer and very cold in the winter. How are the people living in the house surviving through this cold winter? Today, Korea Now visited one of the remaining shanty towns in Seoul.
Short documentary about the unspoken reality in South Korea by Max David Arenas Pedraza. Although poverty doesn't seem too prevalent in such a wealthy country, there is a lot more behind Korea's economical miracle story. 48.3% of the elderly population live under poverty. Yes, almost half of people over 60 years of age struggle everyday to get by due to lack of social welfare programs and policies from the government and support from families who are rapidly losing the sense of filial piety that characterised Asian cultures.
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My military minder tells me to turn my camera off and it soon becomes clear why. The poverty I see through the bus window is not the view of North Korea the regime wants to be seen. We are traveling from Hyangsan, three hours north of Pyongyang back to the capital but the main road and the sanctioned route has been flooded. This is the only way back. Buildings are in disrepair, some barely look inhabitable. Residents of this small town walk or sit by the side of the road, many seeming to have little to do. A number of official-looking men dressed in brown Mao suits stand silently on street corners. It is impossible to know who they are or which element of the party or military they might work for but they clearly seem to be observing. Despite the driver traveling as quickly as possible through these inhabited areas, you could still sense the local community being monitored. Dozens of men are working on the outskirts of town, building a stone wall between their crops and the swollen river. Boulders and stones are carried by hand and stacked without adhesive. This intensive labor force is seen repeatedly in the North Korean countryside, but I see no heavy equipment to help building or farming. One man trims hedges with a rusty scythe, other men repair part of the pavement with small hand held pick axes. Cars are rare, most people either walk or cycle.
Firefighters battled a blaze that broke out in a shanty town near to the upscale Seoul district of Gangnam. Hundreds of people were evacuated but there were no immediate reports of casualties. » Subscribe to NBC News: 🤍 » Watch more NBC video: 🤍 NBC News Digital is a collection of innovative and powerful news brands that deliver compelling, diverse and engaging news stories. NBC News Digital features NBCNews.com, MSNBC.com, TODAY.com, Nightly News, Meet the Press, Dateline, and the existing apps and digital extensions of these respective properties. We deliver the best in breaking news, live video coverage, original journalism and segments from your favorite NBC News Shows. Connect with NBC News Online! NBC News App: 🤍 Breaking News Alerts: 🤍 Visit NBCNews.Com: 🤍 Find NBC News on Facebook: 🤍 Follow NBC News on Twitter: 🤍 60 homes destroyed as fire rips through Seoul shanty town #Seoul #SouthKorea #nbcnews
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North Korea (Korean: 조선; MR: Chosŏn or literally 북조선; MR: Pukchosŏn), officially the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK or DPR Korea; Korean: 조선민주주의인민공화국, Chosŏn Minjujuŭi Inmin Konghwaguk), is a country in East Asia constituting the northern part of the Korean Peninsula. The country is bordered to the north by China and by Russia along the Amnok (known as the Yalu in Chinese) and Tumen rivers, and to the south by South Korea, with the heavily fortified Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) separating the two. North Korea, like its southern counterpart, claims to be the legitimate government of the entire peninsula and adjacent islands. Pyongyang is the country's capital and largest city. In 1910, Korea was annexed by Imperial Japan. At the Japanese surrender at the end of World War II in 1945, Korea was divided into two zones, with the north occupied by the Soviet Union and the south occupied by the United States. Negotiations on reunification failed, and in 1948, separate governments were formed: the socialist Democratic People's Republic of Korea in the north, and the capitalist Republic of Korea in the south. An invasion initiated by North Korea led to the Korean War (1950–1953). The Korean Armistice Agreement brought about a ceasefire, but no peace treaty was signed. According to article 1 of the constitution of North Korea, the DPRK is an "independent socialist State".[n 3] North Korea holds elections, though they have been described by Western observers as sham elections. Western observers also generally view North Korea as a Stalinist dictatorship, particularly noting the elaborate cult of personality around the Kim dynasty. The Workers' Party of Korea (WPK), led by a member of the ruling family, holds absolute power in the state and leads the Democratic Front for the Reunification of the Fatherland of which all political officers are required to be members. According to article 3 of the constitution of the DPRK, Kimilsungism-Kimjongilism is the North Korean official ideology.[n 4] The means of production are owned by the state through state-run enterprises and collectivized farms. Most services—such as healthcare, education, housing and food production—are subsidized or state-funded. From 1994 to 1998, North Korea suffered a famine that resulted in the deaths of between 240,000 and 420,000 people, and the population continues to suffer malnutrition. North Korea follows Songun, or "military-first" policy. It is the country with the highest number of military and paramilitary personnel, with a total of 9,495,000 active, reserve and paramilitary personnel, or approximately 37% of its population. Its active duty army of 1.21 million is the fourth-largest in the world, after China, the United States and India; consisting of 4.7% of its population. It possesses nuclear weapons. In addition to being a member of the United Nations since 1991, North Korea is also a member of the Non-Aligned Movement, G77 and the ASEAN Regional Forum. A 2014 UN inquiry into human rights in North Korea concluded that "the gravity, scale and nature of these violations reveal a state that does not have any parallel in the contemporary world". The North Korean government denies these allegations.
Hundreds of thousands of people in South Korea live in tiny underground ‘banjiha’ apartments, made famous by the Oscar-winning film Parasite, and seen as a symbol of the country’s growing inequality and housing crisis. Seoul is now promising to get rid of the flats after four people drowned inside them during severe flooding last month. Some of those who live there fear they’ll be left with nowhere to go. Please subscribe HERE 🤍 #Seoul #SouthKorea #BBCNews
With the growing tension between the two giants: China and the United States, you might be wonder is the USA the most disliked country in China? Well, we decided to conduct a street interview to find out: which country do Chinese people dislike the most? Also, I will share with you my opinions on why stereotypes are everywhere and how can we overcome it by the end of this video. If you'd like to support my channel ❤️ Wechat: 🤍 🔒 PayPal: 🤍 Books that help you know better about Xinjiang and China 🌟 Eurasian Crossroads: A History of Xinjiang: 🤍 🌟 Oil and Water: Being Han in Xinjiang: 🤍 🌟 Xinjiang and the Modern Chinese State (Studies on Ethnic Groups in China): 🤍 🌟 Negotiating Inseparability in China: The Xinjiang Class and the Dynamics of Uyghur Identity: 🤍 🌟 Xinjiang: A Traveler’s Guide to Far West China: 🤍 🌟 Xinjiang: China's Muslim Borderland (Studies of Central Asia and the Caucasus): 🤍 SPECIAL THANKS Teo Anthony | Henry Chu | Eric Lim | Pok Jay #china #chinese
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An independent documentary that unveils South Korea's rampant prostitution and sex-trafficking secret and the young women it exploits in Seoul. Director Jason Y. Lee Studio Jubilee Genre Documentary Released 2017 Copyright © 2017 Jubilee All rights and merits are recognized for the creators of this documentary. The distribution of this content does not respond to any type of lucrative purpose, but to the intention of exposing informative content that helps to make the audience aware of the problems and injustices of current metropolitan societies. | Jubilee Media | 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Save My Seoul follows two Korean-American brothers as they discover rampant prostitution and sex trafficking in Seoul, South Korea. With the use of hidden cameras and access to pimps, johns, and sex-workers, Eddie and Jason explore and unravel the complexity of the sex trade in Seoul. They learn that this problem is rooted in issues far deeper than lost girls and lustful men. Instead, it's a consequence of the broken Korean culture that turns a blind eye to and condones one of the biggest human injustices of our generation. #TRNGL #Jubilee #VICENews #News #BBC #Documentary 🤍triangleofficial.com © TRNGL ENTERTAINMENT 2013-2022
Well, this was a change of pace. After journeying across Africa, I hopped on a flight from Uganda to go across the globe all the way to Japan. The Japanese government had just opened the borders to foreigners, and I, being the cunning Gaijin that I am, knew that it was time to go and fulfill my dream of becoming a Yakuza. First stop? The Nishinari 西成 slum in Osaka. Known as Japan's last remaining slum, it has an infamous reputation across Japan as being it's most chaotic, sketchy, crime-filled neighborhood. There were multiple Yakuza offices, or headquarters, based in the area. But were all these stereotypes based on the past? I was willing to go and investigate. - Instagram: tommyelforastero Patreon: 🤍patreon.com/sabbaticaltommy?fan_landing=true #sabbatical #japan #osaka
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They didn't expect this! Great walk and feeding project at the Tondo Slum Manila Philippines. This video is sponsored by my subscriber "Me Re" from the USA. Please watch the bonus footage at the end where we purchase food from local vendors and then give it away to the kids in the Tondo Slum community in Manila Philippines. I love walking into these areas and meeting the people, hanging out, and then giving them a nice surprise. Thanks again to my subscriber "Me Re" for the kind donation, the kids had a great time! =) Join my other channels! - Krypto Trekker Reels (Brand New): 🤍 - Krypto Foodie: I film food art and ambience and proceeds benefit the homeless and urban poor communities, more content to be added soon! =) 🤍 Don't forget to comment, like, subscribe and hit that NOTIFICATION BELL for more videos! =) Krypto Trekker Merchandise is here! 🤍 Join the KT Family, become a MEMBER here: 🤍 Enjoy my videos? Buy me a coffee =) 🤍 MY GEAR: 🤍 Check out this free app — It Pays to Walk 🚶 🤍 Definitely an app worth checking out. Lets you earn crypto! 🤍 Where I book my travels: (Get $25 off your first hotel booking) 🤍 Do you use your computer all the time? Earn BITCOIN while watching Youtube, Browsing the Internet, or Playing Games Online, it's just that simple! Step 1—install CryptoTab Browser Step 2—use it on a daily basis Step 3—earn BTC and withdraw it easily anytime. Start earning now: 🤍 Easily Invest for your Future (My favorite investment app) 🤍 Use my link to get $5 Bonus! For USA and Australia Residents only. Be Anonymous - Online Privacy and Protection - Free 30 Day Trial (Express VPN) 🤍 SOCIAL MEDIA: - Facebook, 🤍 - TikTok, 🤍 (🤍kryptotrekker) - Soundcloud (Audio only, ASMR, Binaural Sounds - No Ads): 🤍 - Instagram, 🤍kryptotrekker - Twitter, 🤍KTrekker FREE STOCK VIDEO FOOTAGE: (All filmed by me) 🤍 Take Your Youtube Business to the next level: 🤍 (Use my link and I can assist you with getting started) Are you a Walktuber? Join our Global Walktuber Group: 🤍 Unauthorized use of our videos is subject to criminal copyright case. Send us a message for business inquiries. Contact: kryptotrekker🤍gmail.com SUPPORT MY CHANNEL VIA CRYPTO: Bitcoin: bc1q7cmmc70dlmfwyuamxtqr8wl9a6equvwc0r9gey Ethereum 0x63633366736a58e096020e1c268bb7cAb24663fC
BACA DESKRIPSINYA! 👇 Saya pergi ke warung makan jalanan di Bugsae Street di Pyongyang. Saya tidak membeli banyak jenis makanan, karena kami muslim, saya dan istri berusaha untuk berhati-hati dalam memilih makanan. Kami hanya membeli makanan yang mengandung sayuran atau seafood atau nasi dan tepung. Video Korea Utara saya yang lain Jalan Pedesaan di Korea Utara 🤍 Video Pendek di Universitas Kimchaek 🤍 Orkestra Siswa 🤍 Lingkungan Munsu3dong 🤍 Berjalan di Sepanjang Sungai Taedong di Pyongyang 🤍 Pagi Musim Semi di Bukit Mansudae 🤍 Permainan Olahraga di Sekolah Orang Asing Pyongyang 🤍 Beli Detergen Indonesia di Pyongyang 🤍 Bazaar Korea Utara - 'Nascar Rumble' dan Windows XP di Korea Utara 🤍 Tahun Baru di Pyongyang Korea Utara 🤍 Pyongyang Cargo - DHL di Korea Utara 🤍 Lalu Lintas Pyongyang - Korea Utara - Korea Utara - GoPro - 14 November 2015 - Bagian 2 🤍 Bersepeda di Pyongyang, Korea Utara 🤍 Bersepeda Musim Panas di Pyongyang 🤍 Rumah Sakit Bersalin Pyongyang 🤍 Roads di Korea Utara 🤍 Video Pendek di Universitas Kimchaek 🤍 Orkestra Siswa 🤍 Lingkungan Munsu3dong 🤍 Walimh Sepanjang Sungai Taedong di Pyongyang 🤍 Pagi Musim Semi di Bukit Mansudae 🤍 Permainan Olahraga di Sekolah Orang Asing Pyongyang 🤍 Beli Detergen Indonesia di Pyongyang 🤍 Bazaar Korea Utara - 'Nascar Rumble' dan Windows XP di Korea Utara 🤍 Tahun Baru di Pyongyang Korea Utara 🤍 Pyongyang Cargo - DHL di Korea Utara 🤍 Lalu Lintas Pyongyang - Korea Utara - Korea Utara - GoPro - 14 November 2015 - Bagian 2 🤍 Bersepeda di Pyongyang, Korea Utara 🤍 Bersepeda Musim Panas di Pyongyang 🤍 Rumah Sakit Bersalin Pyongyang 🤍 🤍 = Video-video ini tentang kehidupan sehari-hari saya di NK...jadi saya hanya memposting tentang rutinitas saya yang saya lakukan di NK). Setiap pemirsa yang mengerti bahasa Korea mungkin akan tertawa mendengar saya mencoba melakukan percakapan dengan penduduk setempat..tolong maafkan saya = Baca tautan ini untuk informasi lebih lanjut tentang saya: 1. 🤍 2. 🤍 3. 🤍 4. 🤍 5. 🤍 6. 🤍 7. 🤍 8. 🤍 9. 🤍 10. 🤍 11. 🤍 warga.html 12. 🤍 = Ingin melihat kehidupan sehari-hari di Korea Utara? Silakan ikuti akun instagram saya: 🤍 =