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North Hamgyong North Korea
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Rachael Schmid
reviewed 10 months ago
I was very impressed by the rooms. Very quaint and cozy. They had lovely drawings on the walls and firm beds. Didn't need to bring much luggage, as they supplied a nice shirt. I didn't get a chance to use the shower facility, but heard it was rather impressive. All in all it was a great vacation, and I'll definitely be returning next holiday.
Ethan Gibson
reviewed 2 weeks ago
10/10 would stay again
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Tore Sinding Bekkedal
reviewed a year ago
Spent 9 years before escaping. What a tourist trap. Unfriendly natives. Only recommended as weight loss program.
Aaron Davis
reviewed 7 months ago
Beautiful location for a nicely ran death camp.
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Preston Welch
reviewed 2 years ago
Better than the Hoeryong Gulag, but not by much. The food was mostly rats and snakes like the Hoeryong, but here they were actually cooked. All in all, the food was slightly better than what my wife makes at home so I can't complain there. Most of the daily activities included more of what I would call forced labor, only this time we were out in the fields gathering crops. When I asked about a spa they took us into a room where they said I would receive a world class massage. Instead someone came out and proceeded to whip us. Little did they know that I'm into that sort of thing. My Uncle Charlie on the other hand, wasn't and was hospitalized for the rest of our stay. Overall it was another week at an awful Gulag resort. I would avoid this chain/franchise if at all possible when visiting North Korea; they simply do not know how to treat their paying customers.
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Glandu Marchet
reviewed a year ago
Passé la première impression (fugace heureusement) d'un camp de rééducation populaire et démocratique, le personnel nous plonge directement dans une ambiance totalitaire sans aucune hypocrisie. Injures, maltraîtance quotidienne, famine, vol et meurtre de la part des gardes et aussi des compagnons de voyage garantis. Le travail forcé est compris dans la formule et n'est pas facultatif. Spectacle le jeudi avec pendaison et défilé synchronisé collectif. Les + : C'est gratuit. Ni cafard, ni rat, dans les chambres à ciel ouvert. Déjà tous mangés. Les - : On meurt souvent avant d'avoir pu profiter de toutes les installations. Impossibilité de recevoir chez soi.
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