Pyongyang Children’s Palace, North Korea

The Pyongyang Children’s Palace, a place for the children of the privileged elite to spend time after school practicing sports, art, folk dance and music – and of course, show it all off with military like precision and forced smiles to groups of visiting foreign friends and tourists.

Children's Palace Pyongyang, North Korea

A young girl performs a North Korean folk dance at the Pyongyang Children’s Palace.

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