The Fascinate landscapes of North Korea Captured By Malaysian photographer Reuben Teo

Reuben Teo a Malaysian Designer and photographer have post some fascinate landscapes view of North Korean.
He’s captured these pictures while he has been there in 2014. He has spent about 12 days in the hermit kingdom, and travelled to many places outside of Pyongyang which included Kaesong, Pyongsong, Wonsan, samjiyon and also the newly built Masikryong ski Resort.
“Despite all the scary stories you hear about the country, this is the angle from my camera. The country is beautiful and very organised. A very clean city with extremely friendly people. As a landscape photographer, I wanted to bring back photos of what I saw there and share to everyone how gorgeous their landscapes and cityscapes can be by putting aside all our political and economical differences.” Reuben wrote on boredpanda.
Below are some of his best panoramic shots of the beautiful Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.
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The Grand Monument at Mansu Hill
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Mansudae Grand Monument
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Sunset view overlooking the Grand People’s Study House
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Juche Tower & Kim Il Sung Square
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Study Hall in the Grand People’s Study House
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The city of Pyongyang
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A farmer and his child at the Chonsam Cooperative Farm
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National Day celebration outside Kim Il Sung Stadium
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Monument to Party Founding
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Monument to the 3 Charters of Reunification
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Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) in Panmunjom
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Kumsusan Palace of the Sun
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Kaesong City
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Ullim Waterfall, Wonsan
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The city of Wonsan
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Taehwa Peak at Masikryong
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The city of Pyongyang
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Victorious Fatherland Liberation War Museum
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Aerial view of North Korea
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Pyongyang Sunan International Airport Airstrip
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Mount Paektu
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Heaven Lake of Mount Paektu
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The Grand Monument at Samjiyon
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Sunrise in Pyongyang
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Pyongsong City
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