Life in North Korea

• Life in North Korea

As a German photographer Jurgen Eskheru managed to dodge the Korean foreign tourists control systems is not known, but he was able to remove his photo essay on the lives of ordinary Koreans. Report name - "The legacy of the dictator" - speaks for itself. If Eskhera detained at the border with the photos, he could stay forever in the "guest of Kim Jong-un."

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House of Korean farmers.

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Portraits leaders hung everywhere: on the streets, in public institutions, in every class of this school for orphans in Haeju.

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Zhi Mi Tszum lives with her two grandchildren and daughter in law in the one-room apartment, after her son died. Due to the fact that the food is not enough for everyone, the elderly give their children portions.

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In a four-Kim Nam Hoya fever, and she was so exhausted that can barely stand.

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The dispensing point in Anju, where 200 tonnes of rice for the hungry were brought.

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A bowl of rice for many Koreans - only meal of the day. Especially hard the elderly who can no longer work in the fields.

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In many localities do not have firewood for cooking.

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manual labor thrives in the countryside.

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These kids holiday - they eat rice and salad, which were delivered to the organization "Cap Anamur" and distributed in schools and kindergartens, pregnant women and orphans.

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Since the blanket was not enough, the kids are asleep, huddled close to each other.

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Mothers with children in a hospital in Anju.

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a place for everyone in the hospital is not enough, so the children put on by two beds.

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Participation in the campaign is almost mandatory for all segments of the population. Schoolboy pictured encourages more people to work in the fields, to achieve increase in yields.