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Marine Condron
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PostSubject: Ski North Korea!   Ski North Korea! Icon_minitimeWed Oct 09, 2013 6:53 am

Opening soon! Alas it is a bit far for me to go for a week. The langlauf should be good though.
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PostSubject: Re: Ski North Korea!   Ski North Korea! Icon_minitimeThu Oct 10, 2013 9:06 am

I'm having trouble finding out where this is.  Is it about 10 miles SW of Wonsan on the main road to Pyongyang?
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PostSubject: Re: Ski North Korea!   Ski North Korea! Icon_minitimeSat Nov 08, 2014 5:51 am

Hoeryong is now open for travel and like many of the smaller cities it is less developed. Coal mining is the predominant industry and slag piles can be seen in the area. I think this year the one change I do see is that people in the northeast are eating better. There are more independent sellers and state sellers on the streets are moving a higher quality of foodstuffs. Ice cream is really popular on the streets of even the smaller towns. Someone has more disposable income.
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PostSubject: Re: Ski North Korea!   Ski North Korea! Icon_minitimeSat Nov 08, 2014 4:18 pm

sanimirza wrote:
Hoeryong is now open for travel and like many of the smaller cities it is less developed. Coal mining is the predominant industry and slag piles can be seen in the area. I think this year the one change I do see is that people in the northeast are eating better. There are more independent sellers and state sellers on the streets are moving a higher quality of foodstuffs. Ice cream is really popular on the streets of even the smaller towns. Someone has more disposable income.
It's funny, but that's exactly what Zaruka said last year. Exactly. https://www.pyongyangtrafficgirls.com/t291-i-have-returned-from-the-dprk

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