زمان انتشار : ۲۰ حوت ,۱۳۹۶ | ساعت : ۱۲:۰۶ | کد خبر : 264788 | چاپ

عکس‌هایی از زندگی در کره‌شمالی که کمتر دیده‌اید

شفقنا افغانستان_کره‌شمالی کشوری منزوی و تحت تحریم‌های شدید بین‌المللی در شرق آسیا است که از دهه ۵۰ میلادی و پس از جنگ دو کره، به یکی از مرموزترین کشورهای دنیا تبدیل شده به طوریکه هر عکس یا خبری از آن، مشتاقان فراوانی پیدا می‌کند. با این حال و باوجود تبلیغات منفی غرب علیه این کشور، زندگی در این کشور نیز همچون نقاط دیگر دنیا روال عادی خود را دارد و به جرات می‌توان گفت بخش زیادی از شایعات ایجاد شده در مورد کره‌شمالی، درست نیست. در ادامه به تصاویر رویترز از زندگی و کار در کره‌شمالی توجه کنید.

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