The strange world of North Korea is now officially available on Instagram--to non-residents of course. Jean Lee, an Associated Press reporter based in Seoul and Pyongyang, sent out what is believed to be the first Instagram picture from North Korea on Monday. The photo came after mobile operator Koryolink opened its mobile data services (to foreigners) last week, the Next Web reported.
Locals aren't allowed to use the service, but an Associated Press reporter may have made history.
Originally posted by TFCJay
Those pictures are as rare as pictures of my wife doing the dishes.
U.S. officials downplay their interest in Egan, but they don't deny that they are hungry for insight on a nuclear armed nation that is possibly the world's toughest to spy on, a virtual black hole for most intelligence agencies.
It is the Ryugyong Hotel. An interesting story in itself. Would I ever stay there? Not a hope! Some places are just begging to be a disaster movie.
Originally posted by Klassified
Interesting how the pyramid seems to have universal appeal to elitists the world over. Hmmmm.
Originally posted by MX44K
the pictures give me a heary feeling kind of like when i look at pictures of chnoble im not saying im psychic but i have had premonitions like this before and bad things happen i just hope im wrong.