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Feb 3rd 2008 2:39PM Natasha, apparently there is a train that goes from Beijing, bust most people fly from either Beijing or Northern China. There is no way to travel from South to North -- all borders are closed.
Jan 22nd 2008 12:28AM Wow. A huge thanks for spotlighting 1% of my career here at Gadling. That really means a lot to me! Thank you!
Jan 18th 2008 1:36AM Jeff, thanks for the comments. You should go and check it out yourself! You should be able to get in with a Canadian passport -- just don't tell them you are South Korean.
Jan 2nd 2008 6:47PM Thanks all, for the extra tips and info!
Jan 2nd 2008 6:32PM Glad you liked it. Thanks!
Dec 24th 2007 12:50AM Thank you, I'm glad you like it! It's been a lot of work, but it's been fun.
Dec 15th 2007 7:33PM Gag, interesting thought but this was one of the few unplanned stops we had. We stopped to look at the nearby ice rink and i walked a few steps away to film the traffic girl. And yes, i happened to hit this intersection at the busiest time -- it was the most cars I saw at any one time in North Korea.
Dec 7th 2007 2:23AM Jamie, for the most part, I had no idea what i was putting in my mouth. Sometimes it was hot, cold, spicy, tasteless, or gross.
The photo above was our main course for lunch one day. This is actually two portions. if you look closely, all the bowls duplicate on the other side of the table.