A North Korea travel app that launched on May 7th will allow travelers to plan their next trip to “one of the least tourist-friendly countries in the world”–North Korea.
According to the New York Post, the app allows would-be travelers to plan a real trip or one they can take virtually.
It was created by Britain’s Uniquely.Travel and is billed as “the most comprehensive guide to North Korea travel that has ever been developed.”
Virtual tour guides provide tips for travelers who use the app to receive “insider information on more than 350 locations that Western travelers can visit in the notoriously closed country.”
Uniquely.Travel says their app “shows how much of the country is open for business, including corners previously thought to be strictly off-limits to foreigners.”
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