North Korea, officially known as the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), is a country located in East Asia that occupies the northern portion of the Korean Peninsula. Its capital and largest city is Pyongyang.

Continent : Asia
Capital : Pyongyang
Official Language : Korean
Currency : North Korean won
Local Time : GMT +8.30
Exchange Rate : 0.090 Bangladeshi Taka
Dialing Code : +815
Weekend Days : Sunday
Population : 25.16 million (2015) 
Area : 46,541 mi²
: 99%
: Buddhism and Confucianism
: Most of North Korea is classified as being of a humid continental climate within the Köppen climate classification scheme, with warm summers and cold, dry winters. In summer, there is a short rainy season called changma. ... Winter can be particularly harsh in the northern, mountainous regions
Prime Minister / President / King
: Kim Jong-un
: Pyongyang, Heaven Lake, Kaesong, Sinuiju, Rason, Hamhung, Ryanggang Province, North Hwanghae Province
Points of Interest
: Juche Tower, Kumsusan Palace of the Sun, Paektu Mountain, Tomb of King Kongmin, Arch of Triumph, Munsu Water Park, USS Pueblo (AGER-2), Korea Central Zoo, Sonjuk Bridge, Mangyongdae Funfair, Tomb of King Tongmyong, North Korea Peace Museum, Tomb of King Wanggon, Kaeson Youth Park, Sino-Korean Friendship Bridge, Korean Revolution Museum, Kim Il-sung Square, Mount Kumgang, Myohyangsan, Moranbong, Baekdudaegan, Masikryong Ski Resort, Mansu Hill Grand Monument, Chollima Statue, International Friendship Exhibition, Monument to Party Founding, Mangyongdae, Pothong River, Arch of Reunification, Chilbosan, Pohyonsa, Namsan, Korean Central History Museum, Nampo Dam, Victorious Fatherland Liberation Museum, Ryongwang Pavilion, Kuwolsan, Juche tower, Ulmil Pavilion, Liberation Monument, Pubyok Pavilion, Chongnyu Pavilion, Pyongyang Bell, Yalujiang Art Gallery
Do I need a visa to visit North Korea?
Yes, all foreign nationals, including diplomats, require a visa to enter North Korea.
How can I obtain a North Korean visa?
You can only obtain a North Korean visa through a travel agency authorized by the North Korean government. You must book a tour with an authorized travel agency, and they will apply for a visa on your behalf.
How long does it take to obtain a North Korean visa?
It typically takes around 2-4 weeks to obtain a North Korean visa. However, the process can take longer due to the strict requirements and regulations.
What documents are required for a North Korean visa application?
You will need to provide a valid passport with at least six months of validity remaining, a completed visa application form, and a passport-sized photo. In addition, you will need to provide a detailed itinerary of your trip and a letter of invitation from the authorized travel agency.
Is it possible to obtain a North Korean visa if I have visited South Korea?
It is generally not possible to obtain a North Korean visa if you have previously visited South Korea or have South Korean stamps in your passport.
Can I travel independently in North Korea?
No, all foreign visitors must be accompanied by a registered tour guide at all times during their visit to North Korea.
Are there any restrictions on what I can bring into North Korea?
Yes, there are strict restrictions on what you can bring into North Korea. You are not allowed to bring in any religious or political materials, GPS devices, or any items that may be deemed offensive by the North Korean government. It is important to check with your authorized travel agency for a complete list of prohibited items.

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