Ils sont enseignants, journalistes ou guides touristiques et vivent au sein d'un régime totalitaire : la Corée du Nord. Entre parades militaires et petits instants de grâce, ils documentent leur quotidien, démystifient parfois ce pays et nous offrent des images rares d'un endroit où le temps semble s'être arrêté.








  1. View this post on Instagram

    Koryo diving board pt. 1 ||| #koryoseries

    A post shared by Drew Kelly (@drewkelly) on


  2. View this post on Instagram

    Gwangbok Department Store ||| #pyongyang

    A post shared by Drew Kelly (@drewkelly) on






  3. View this post on Instagram

    Freedom lies in being bold - Robert Frost ||| This week I've been encouraging my students to be confident and bold in the classroom. For many of them it's their first time away from home, a difficult transition for most college freshmen. On top of that they have a foreign teacher... Culture shock adds to their stress. Regardless of these difficulties most of them have hit the ground running with their learning, eagerly answering questions and adding to class discussions. What I'm most impressed is by the respect they show me. Doesn't matter where I am from, how different my teaching style is, or the fact that I like to wear bright colored skinny ties to class... They are there to learn and they devour the information presented to them. It's a joy to teach these fine young men ||| #thiskoreanlife #deadguyquotes

    A post shared by Drew Kelly (@drewkelly) on


  4. View this post on Instagram

    Long shadow of the law ||| #pyongyang

    A post shared by Drew Kelly (@drewkelly) on


  5. View this post on Instagram

    Koryo Escalator ||| This week I've been talking about travel manners and cultural differences with my students. They've been really good about sharing with me how tourists should act in their country. A few examples are: (1) Greet people with a bow. Handshakes, hugs, kisses are awkward (2) Direct prolonged eye-contact makes locals uncomfortable, don't do it to show respect. (3) Walking and eating is for children, finish your food before going for a stroll. (4) Be respectful of history and culture. (5) Try kimchi! It's tasty! ||| I too was able to share with them about things I've learned as I've traveled around the world. I'll be looking forward to hearing more as they discuss and write in class. ||| #koryoseries

    A post shared by Drew Kelly (@drewkelly) on


  6. View this post on Instagram

    ||| Koryo Salmon ||| #koryoseries

    A post shared by Drew Kelly (@drewkelly) on








  7. View this post on Instagram

    ??Happy Sunday #?? #415 #dprk #northkorea #callmemaybe

    A post shared by Shin (@shinchoi) on








Source : Business Insider, Drewkelly, shinchoi, dguttenfelder, w0ngmayee

Un top signé