Gulag 16 Checkpoint
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Jesus Christ
reviewed a month ago
Over all this Gulag was pretty good, the great leader did well. While it does not stand up against the holocaust camps its still a great vacation spot to chill out with my friendos. The guest server did not speak english though but after some hours of googling (before they shut down the power) I was able to find out what he was saying. (Something about staying away from the big fence or I get shot). But over all great experence the food was good. (Lots of rice though gets bland later). Any who thank you great leader I shall make sure to come back again with the whole family. Maybe I can finally whip my kids into shape with the training they have here.
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Barton Junior
reviewed a year ago
I was originally very skeptical of visiting this gulag, but after reading the outstanding reviews, I decided to visit. The guards are extremely friendly, the bathroom was clean, and the food was amazing! I got excellent service for my entire trip. The check-out process was a bit cumbersome but I attribute that to being a new location.
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corner lawson
reviewed a year ago
This is the communist equivalent of a Hilton resort. Between, frost, starvation, death, desolation and despair, there is so much to choose from. I really enjoyed the all inclusive brainwashing (You need to sacrifice your wife and familly though) to get the precious red armband. the final night fireworks brought up so many emotions, especially in the morning when we had to bury all the corpses. I personnaly prefer the yodok gulag for my week of holidays but it was closed in order to downgrade the central heating, so worth waiting for repoening in June.
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Edward Fletcher
reviewed 9 months ago
I cannot thank the Supreme Leader enough for my excellent stay. Many great improvements have been made since my last visit, during the previous Supreme Leader's reign, and I found the living quality to be far more unpleasant. The Eternal President would truly be proud of the misery and pain you helped cause me. I shall certainly be reporting back soon.
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Kylie Salmon
reviewed a year ago
I couldn't believe that this was just a short 20 minute drive from the ancient unicorn lair site. I never realized that there was that much to do in North Korea! Next trip I'll have to try the baby back ribs; I hear they're finger licking good! Falls right off the bone!
Faice Gaherc
reviewed a year ago
One of the many highlights of my trip to North Korea. I came here as part of the DPRK-sponsored gulag tour ("The Gulag Hop: See How Communist Ideology and the Great Leaders Have Shaped the World's View of the Fascist Pig Americans"). This is probably one of my favorite gulags. In fact, I would rank it top 6 or 7 on a list of my favorite gulags. I would have ranked it "excellent" but I felt that the working conditions weren't cruel enough for my taste.
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