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North Korean children stand after snowfall along the banks of the Yalu River, near the North Korean Sakchu County, December 17, 2014. Picture taken on the China side of the Yalu River. (Photo by Jacky Chen/Reuters)
Everyone knows that North Korea is a country closed from prying eyes. Very rarely have an opportunity to look behind the “iron curtain” to see how its citizens live in reality. With these photos, you can learn a little more about the younger generation of North Korea – the local kids, how they relax and have fun.
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