Random facts about north korea
500 Random Facts: about North Korea by Lena ShawDid you know the North Korean side of the demilitarized zone uses Samsung air conditioners manufactured in South Korea? Do you realize that according to North Korean propaganda, Kim Jong-un can control the weather? Arent you stunned that the American citizen Jeffrey Fowle forgot a bible in a restaurantís bathroom in North Korea and he was sent to prison for five months?
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This book is a gold-mine of random facts about chin-dropping North Korea. All content is exciting, unique, and family-friendly. Some of these facts are completely crazy, while the others are simply fun and entertaining. Facts describe both geography, history and traditions of the country, but also the aspects of modern life. Those aspects include economics, politics, law, militarism, culture, art, and many other things you probably dont know about North Korea.
The examples of amazing and crazy facts about North Korea are:
Those that want to escape the country need to pay around 8,000 USD, which is an incredibly high price for most North Koreans considering their earnings. Itís all secretly arranged through brokers, who are outside of North Korea.
Less than 50 countries have North Korean embassies. Also, thereís a rule that bans North Korean embassies in every country to have Wi-Fi.
The net worth of Bill Gates is 4.5 times as big as the estimated GDP of North Korea.
Most of the North Koreans think that Americans have big noses as can be seen on a poster in the Pyongyang War Museum. Other stereotypes include enormous eyes as well as hairy chests.
Because of the nearly non-existent public transport as well as the driving restrictions, North Korean children often use the streets as playgrounds.
North Korea has made the headlines recently thanks to its unique way of living, so to speak. Itís definitely a one-of-a-kind country thatís poised to stun you and shock you from its culture and traditions to its leaders, as well as the current events surrounding the country.
Here we lay out everything Ė the good and the bad Ė so step into the mysterious Asian country with these 500 North Korea facts.
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19 Interesting Facts About North Korea
The country frequently makes headlines, with recent notable examples such as its support of Donald Trump and its claims about planning to travel to the moon. But some of its actions aren't quite so benign, including the recent firing of ballistic missiles into the sea. The rest of the world has become increasingly responsive to the country's more threatening actions. A month later, Japan ordered its military to be ready at any time to shoot down North Korean missiles. No one seems to know what North Korea will do next or what's actually going on inside the country, as data isn't readily available or reliable. But there are some strange statistics and fun facts that lend perspective to the Hermit Kingdom. The country started using Pyongyang Time on August 15, , to celebrate the 70th anniversary of Korea's liberation from Japan.
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50 Important facts about North Korea
It has an area of , square km. Pyongyang is its capital and largest city. Korean is the official language of North Korea. Its three bordering countries are China, Russia, and South Korea. The inhabitants or natives of this county are called North Korean or Korean. Below are 50 important facts about North Korea , its uniqueness, history, economy, education, government, leaders, and strategies. It is not even classified as a drug in the country.