Entertainment activities in North Korea

Entertainment activities in North Korea 0
Entertainment activities in North Korea 0

A child was taught roller skating by his parents in a park in Pyongyang on February 6.

Carl Court is one of the few Western photographers working in North Korea who is allowed to take rare images of the daily activities of North Korean people, according to Huffington Post.

A child was taught roller skating by his parents in a park in Pyongyang on February 6.

Carl Court is one of the few Western photographers working in North Korea who is allowed to take rare images of the daily activities of North Korean people, according to Huffington Post.

Entertainment activities in North Korea

A girl working as a horse riding instructor during a break at the Myrim equestrian club in Pyongyang on February 6.

Court’s photo series taken before the second US-North Korea summit took place in Hanoi allows readers to get a glimpse of North Korean life.

A girl working as a horse riding instructor during a break at the Myrim equestrian club in Pyongyang on February 6.

Court’s photo series taken before the second US-North Korea summit took place in Hanoi allows readers to get a glimpse of North Korean life.

Entertainment activities in North Korea

A North Korean man prepares to ski from the 1,360-meter-high peak of Mount Taehwa at Masikryong Ski Resort near Wonsan on February 5.

A North Korean man prepares to ski from the 1,360-meter-high peak of Mount Taehwa at Masikryong Ski Resort near Wonsan on February 5.

Entertainment activities in North Korea

Others slid from a lower slope in Masikryong.

Others slid from a lower slope in Masikryong.

Entertainment activities in North Korea

A North Korean woman with a baby on a sled in Masikryong.

A North Korean woman with a baby on a sled in Masikryong.

Entertainment activities in North Korea

A young North Korean man skates in an ice rink in Pyongyang on February 6.

A young North Korean man skates in an ice rink in Pyongyang on February 6.

North Koreans, including women wearing traditional hanbok, dance collectively to celebrate the 71st anniversary of the founding of the Korean People’s Army in Pyongyang on February 8.

North Koreans, including women wearing traditional hanbok, dance collectively to celebrate the 71st anniversary of the founding of the Korean People’s Army in Pyongyang on February 8.

Workers cut hair in a salon at the Hungnam Fertilizer Complex in Ham Hung city (Hamhung) on February 4.

Workers cut hair in a salon at the Hungnam Fertilizer Complex in Ham Hung city (Hamhung) on February 4.

The barber takes care of the customer’s hairstyle.

Ham Hung is a port city, the third largest in Korea, located in the east of the Sea of Japan.

The barber takes care of the customer’s hairstyle.

Ham Hung is a port city, the third largest in Korea, located in the east of the Sea of Japan.

Female workers in the Hungnam Fertilizer Complex practice flag dancing on February 4.

Japan built this factory in 1927 when it occupied Korea, with the goal of solving food shortages in Japan.

Female workers in the Hungnam Fertilizer Complex practice flag dancing on February 4.

Japan built this factory in 1927 when it occupied Korea, with the goal of solving food shortages in Japan.

A worker records pressure readings on machinery at the Hungnam Fertilizer Complex on February 4.

A worker records pressure readings on machinery at the Hungnam Fertilizer Complex on February 4.

North Korean women ride bicycles on Hamhung Square on February 3.

North Korean women ride bicycles on Hamhung Square on February 3.

Portraits of the late leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong-il hang on the Hamhung Grand Theater, below are passersby on February 3.

Portraits of the late leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong-il hang on the Hamhung Grand Theater, below are passersby on February 3.

Photo: Carl Court

Hong Hanh

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