North Korea is a country in transition, moving from isolation to fast food, smartphones and plastic surgery
Many people would balk at the idea of a westerner setting foot in North Korea, which is known internationally for its nuclear weapons, human rights record and its highly regimented, militaristic society.
They might be somewhat shocked to hear then, that one young Australian – that’s me – would give up two years of his 20s to study at Kim Il-sung University, North Korea’s top university, in the country’s capital, Pyongyang.
Link : I’m the only Australian living in North Korea. Let me tell you about it | Alek Sigley