From DPRK with love

life images of Pyongyang citizens in August 2010.

August 14th, The Grand Mass Gymnastics and Artistic Performance Arirang in Rungrado May Day Stadium, Pyongyang, North Korea. In August 2007, the Arirang Mass Games were recognised by Guinness World Records as the biggest event of its kind.
Ryugyong Hotel, a 105-floor, 330 metres-high skyscraper under construction in Pyongyang, North Korea. Construction began in 1987, but was halted in 1992 due to the economic disruptions that afflicted the country following the fall of the Soviet Union.
At Myohyang-san, the International Friendship Exhibition centre displays presents received by the North Korean leaders over the ages.
Students at Kim Il-sung Square, preparing for the celebration of Korean Workers Party Conference.
Students at Kim Il-sung Square, preparing for the celebration of Korean Workers Party Conference.
Mangyongdae Children's Palace, choir of young pioneers.
North Korean young people learning Chinese in Grand People's Study House, Pyongyang.
New couple in front of Korean Revolution Museum.
Staff at Pyongyang Sunan International Airport.
Kids playing baduk at Mangyongdae Children's Palace.
Rungrado May Day Stadium, with 150,000 seats.
Women at Kumsusan Memorial Palace.
Pyongyang traffic police woman.
Sculpture in front of Mangyongdae Children's Palace.
citizens of Pyongyang ride to work in the morning.
Metropolitan Tram of Pyongyang.
Kaesong, the second largest city of the DPRK. 8KM away from Panmunjom.
Moranbong Theater, Pyongyang.
Guide of the Victory Tower, Pyongyang.
Revolutionary Martyrs Cemetary, Taesongsan, Pyongyang.
Metro station, Pyongyang. Pyongyang Metro is the deepest metro in the world—the track is approximately 110 meters (about 360 feet) deep underground.
Sariwon Migok Farm.
Pyongyang citizens.