Not enough of the dear and great leaders How can you make a app about North Korea without having a section dedicated to how amazing the kims are? the dear leader and the great leader disapproved. And I think us capitalist pigs should know more about the dear piggy Kim Jung un. And you should definitely add something about them wonderful prison camps that we Americans just can't stay away from
Quick, easy and packed with info Very easy to use app offering a fascinating insight into North Korea for anyone wishing to travel there or just looking to get a feel for life inside this hidden country. Lots of images, reviews and simple tour planning created by people who really know the country which helps enormously to reduce the hassle of organising travel to somewhere so notoriously secretive. Would like longer reviews in places, you've got me hooked, I just want to know more!
Thoughtful and Informative This app does an admirable job of reflecting the highlights of North Korean culture, while bearing in mind the precarious political issues concerning tourists. The content is well informed and current, full of good advice for enjoying the tour experience while staying out of trouble.
Saved my dog from polio My sweet, sweet dog bumüfka was in the midst of the battle for his/her life with doggy polio. We were out of options– exhausting all American veterinary clinic's resources. I read on friendster about an experimental treatment specifically for dog polio being practiced in North Korea. With little hesitation I purchased this app and was on my way to the unknown land, bumüfka in tow.... The good doctors of North Korea killed my dog but I did meet my wife! Thanks app and thanks North Korea.
A Step Closer. Though they are an adversary to my government, the thought of traveling to the DPRK has always been in my mind. Now, I'm finally able to obtain in depth knowledge and ease myself of culture shock once I finally make my journey. This app appeals to all those interested in the DPRK, and I highly recommend it.
Interesting read Just as a window into the weirdness that is North Korea, this is valuable. Whether one should actually visit (as I'm tempted) is another matter. Perhaps a detailed listing of do's/don'ts/safe behavior is warranted.