Human Vibration posed the valid question: does anyone actually live in North Korea, and if so, how many? How does their population remain static if their birth rate is below replacement?
The numbers are likely all fabrications.
They even have Propaganda City, itself a potemkin village.
There’s a good chance North Korea was turned into a UN wilding area after the Korean war, and everyone drained out into the south.
There are probably a few controlled places for people to visit, but overall, I think the country is an illusion.
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