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kegare JP

2013-01-25 13:45

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Ep. 3.12 'North Korea - The Other Side'

Other not so relevant/rare vehicles for a documentary:

Chinese-made Hiace clone:

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Tanks:
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Toyota Hiace:
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Partially seen trolley-bus:
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Mercedes Benz:
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Volvo:
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Shanghai-VW Santana 3000:
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Air Koryo Japanese-made airport bus:
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Planes:

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And lights:

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rjluna2 US

2013-01-25 14:16

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kegare wrote Ep. 3.12 'North Korea - The Other Side'

And lights:

Far out, man! :D
As for the traffic signal lights, it is similar to what ingo spotted during his North Korean visit: North Korean Traffic Signal Light (German made).

My comments at Internet Movie Light Bulb Database :)

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ingo DE

2013-01-25 18:12

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http://pics.imcdb.org/8212/merc.jpg 1986+ W124

ingo DE

2013-01-25 18:15

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kegare wrote Ep. 3.12 'North Korea - The Other Side'
Tanks:


Unfortunately Alex and me couldn't visit the military vehicle museum :/ Only diplomats and officiall visitors from abroas get an access, not common tourists.

Lateef NO

2013-01-25 18:15

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^^ not 1986, but 1990-93

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ingo DE

2013-01-25 18:16

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http://pics.imcdb.org/8212/a3.17.jpg
One of the legendary 1000 1974 Volvo 144, which aren't paid until now.

ingo DE

2013-01-25 18:19

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http://pics.imcdb.org/8212/a6.7.jpg Wort to list, too, as it seems a rare version. Haven't we it already here somewhere?

Oh, the stairs-truck at the same location /vehicle_526755.html still need its identification! :o

Btw: the old terminal building is already demolished.

ingo DE

2013-01-25 18:25

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http://pics.imcdb.org/8212/a4.11.jpg overruns the North Korean taxi-business and pushes the Volvo 144 and Dacia 1310 out.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2013-01-25 20:20

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@ingo: The war museum has been closed for reconstruction since October. Ordinary tourists did visit it before it closed - there are plenty of photos from tourists on Flick.
Link to "nkleadershipwatch.wordpress.com"

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ingo DE

2013-01-25 21:22

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@Gag: that's not completely true. There's a new building in construction, here my pic from the 10.October 2012

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but the old one is still existing and open - but not for us crummy tourists. I asked for a visit, because I saw pictures of the exhibition on every Kim Jong Un-related collage-presentation (provisional made, but existing in every hotel lounge)

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(far left, second line above the bottom), but I was told, that it's not possible for us.

-- Last edit: 2013-01-25 21:35:35

Gag Halfrunt UK

2013-01-27 15:39

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@ingo: You might be interested in this short documentary about German musicians visiting a music school in Pyongyang:
Link to "www.zeit.de"

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ingo DE

2013-01-27 16:05

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Yes, I've read it. Accidentally I heared also a radio-interview with the conductor. Today I've stated to read the book from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kim_Hyon_Hui

Gag Halfrunt UK

2013-01-27 16:52

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Perhaps someone will be able to track down the film about her:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mayumi_%28film%29

I'd be interested if it has self-cobbled fake North Korean locations. :)

P.S. Apparently it's rubbish:
Quote No, this is not a porn movie. It is as bad as a porn movie, though. Worse actually, because it trades the hanky panky for government rhetoric. It’s propaganda porno. It’s essentially what legendary director Shin Sang-ok 신상옥 had to do before being allowed back into South Korea after his forced stay in the North...

Link to "masterleemovies.wordpress.com"

-- Last edit: 2013-01-27 16:59:54

kegare JP

2013-01-31 22:15

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ingo wrote http://pics.imcdb.org/8212/a6.7.jpg Wort to list, too, as it seems a rare version. Haven't we it already here somewhere?


It's not on IMCDb but it is this one:

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AIR KORYO AIRSIDE BUS AT SUNAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT PYONGYANG DPR KOREA OCT 2012 by calflier001, on Flickr

ingo DE

2013-02-01 19:07

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:wow: the pics on the Flickr-link are from October 2012. But it was not our flight. There they used both stair-trucks, the still not identified old Japanese one for the front door, the blue Mercedes for the back door. Unfortunately we used the back door and there were many officials around (there must have been some DPRK-VIP at our flight), so it ws not possible for me to check the old stairs-truck for identifying and taking a pic :(

ingo DE

2013-02-03 16:49

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@kegare: have you seen this website: http://ninalookingatthings.wordpress.com/ before? Looks very interesting, it seems to be made by a member of the local nomenklatura. :wow:

Gag Halfrunt UK

2013-02-03 17:02

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@ingo: I knew I'd seen that blog before.
Quote Although we can’t say for sure, the evidence would suggest young Nina isn’t in fact Korean herself, perhaps the daughter of a foreign diplomatic worker.

Link to "www.nknews.org"

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