North Korea opened its roads to a pack of tourists earlier this month for the first-ever self-driven Chinese tour of the isolated country.
As Reuters is reporting, about 100 tourists visited the country as part of the three-day tour, which cost roughly $147 per person. The visitors took in various scenic spots including beaches and attended a performance by North Korean children. One tourist said she was impressed by improvements in the country's overall tourism infrastructure since an earlier visit years ago.
Watch Reuters' report on the North Korean tour below:
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