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Harris says in North Korea, tourists stand out since there are so few. "The people are definitely curious about where you're from and what you're doing there. They also very much appreciate the effort you've made to get there," he says. North Korea is also aesthetically very beautiful, says Harris. School children with placards in the audience at the Arirang Mass Games in Pyongyang. "Pyongyang, the capital and showcase city of the DPRK [Democratic People's Republic of Korea], is actually a relatively modern place with impressive architecture," says Harris. "Pre-1990s architecture has a Soviet monumental feel to it," he says, "but the North Koreans love colorful fluorescent lights." One of the architectural centerpieces of Pyongyang, says Harris, is the Arch of Triumph — its version of the Arc de Triomphe — "which is the same basic shape but 33 feet taller than the one in Paris." Arch of Triumph in Pyongyang, North Korea Plus, all the cities and towns Harris has visited have large areas devoted to parks. And most of those are "dotted with revolutionary statues and murals dedicated to the exploits of the country's founder" Kim Il Sung, says Harris. "The locals love to spend time in large groups having picnics and taking walks," he adds. The DPRK has some beautiful mountains as well, says Harris, "including Kumgangsan [Diamond Mountains] on its southern border, Myohyangsan in the middle and Paektusan on its border with China." Harris also has also taken a train to Wonsan, a seaside city with a major university. "It was off its coast in 1968 that the USS Pueblo was seized ," says Harris.
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