Souvenirs from a September
Souvenirs from a September 2007 trip to North Korea, relics of Kim Jong Il's reign.
List of items shown below. See a video of my trip: https://youtu.be/wXg4QBCWEs4
Articles from aboard Air Koryo, the North Korea's state-run air carrier
North Korean books and newspapers in English and Korean
Articles and amenities from the Yanggakdo and Hyangsan hotels in Pyongyang and near Mt Myohyang
Pamphlets and postcards associated with state tourism and economic development.
Cultural items, including buttons, toys, and traditional fans.
Sindoksan bottled mineral water
North Korean currency (won) - paper and coins
Stamps representing state communist and anti-American propaganda, North Korean history, transportation, and the ruling Kim family.
Pins featuring images of the Kim Jong Il and Kim Il Sung commonly worn by North Korean citizens.
Soviet style communist and cultural/sports-related pins
"Uncovering North Korea" textbook published by Stanford University
There are actually two international airpors in dprk. The first one in pyongyang and the second one in wonsan i think
You are a legend for sharing this stuff.
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Fascinating video thank you for sharing this
North Korea rules the world of souveniers! North Korea has excellent cognac, wine, beer and whiskey too! And dont forget the new Kumdang 2 anti Corona vaccine!
Korean won uses 10, 50,
Korean won uses 10, 50, 100, and 500 coin denominations. Two designs of the 10, 50, and 100 are still in circulation. Historically, there were also 1 and 5 won coins however, these have left circulation a long time ago. The oldest coin I have is from 1930 (50원 coin).
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Sir I have 100 and 1 two coins please reply me
I have a South Korean coin, it has flowers on one side and 100 on the other with a 46. Is this a rare coin?
I have Korean won 100 1991 is there a value
I have 500 won coin 1994.
Leave your dollars, pounds
Leave your dollars, pounds and rand at the airport... Say hello to Korean won!
So prices are just inflated there? How did it rise so quick, maybe because of the war? I mean I doubt 100yrs ago an apple costs 1000won
thank you. Your video is to the point.