North Korea's mysterious Pyongyang subway viewed for the first time

North Korea's mysterious Pyongyang subway was viewed for the first time: the first time the metro system in Pyongyang, the capital of North Korea, was known for little about everyday life.

According to EarthNutshell, photographer Elliott Davies has seen the entire subway system that can only be photographed by two stations.

The Pyongyang metro is said to be one of the world's deepest underground systems with a depth of 110 meters.

In the subway, consisting of two lines and 16 stations, the dan revolution music UM is played on the stairs.

The stations built as shelter are also surrounded by steel doors.

In addition to the statues depicting hard-working farmers and happy farmer families, the station also has a daily newspaper.

Berlin-style subway cars are purchased at 1999.



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