Dancing in the Square
One of our most enjoyable experiences was two evenings in the square. It is common in the DPRK for young people to gather in the
square to dance. This is one of the advantages of being disadvantaged--not having smart phones, internet, and 200 channels of
television. The men are dressed in ties or school outfits and the women dress in traditional Korean dresses. Looking out at
hundreds of young women in the square, Jackie marveled that no two dresses were alike.
Jackie joins in with our guide Pak.
The dance in the square on our second evening was in front of the Pyongyang opera house.