A few tourists, who had an opportunity to see this bizarre country, told about their experience. There are some really strange rules for tourists. For example, you can't photograph the statue of Kim Jong-il if you can't capture the whole of it.
When you come to the country, most likely, during the flight you will watch a propaganda movie about the victory of North Korea's army against American troops.
The telephones of the tourists are scanned and registered so the government can keep an eye on you. Your passports are confiscated till you leave the country. That's a bad news for a tourist because if you do something wrong or the authorities will think so, you will stay here for a long long time"...
Tourists are under the total control of the government. There are even special guards who always accompany the guests and make sure the tourists do everything right.
By the way, I don't know why, but Malaysia and Singapore are the only countries allowed a visa-free travel to North Korea….