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It’s often been inaccessible to the majority of tourists, but you can now see inside North Korea without even setting foot on a plane thanks to a series of video tours and panoramic photographs created by this Singaporean photographer! 

After gaining permission from the DPRK (North Korea) to film, photograph and publish his work as part of the DPRK 360 Project, Singaporean photographer Aram Pan began collecting material which offers a peek into the mysterious country.

So far, he’s taken photographs inside a department store, at Kim Il Sung Square and on side streets in Pyongyang, as well as videos of what it’s like to eat out in North Korea, or ride on the Pyongyang metro.

According to his website, Aram Pan aims to “encourage understanding of the country and uncover the mysteries that lay hidden” – check out his video tour of the North Korean capital, Pyongyang, below.

IMG: Kim Il Sung Square, Pyongyang, David Stanley / Flickr cc.

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