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Rare flyover video of North Korea shows a virtually empty ghost town

One photographer has been given the chance of a lifetime: to shoot North Korea from the air, unrestricted. In a full 6-and-a-half minute video of the capital Pyongyang, we can see the stark contrast between the colourful high-rise buildings, green fields yet complete lack of people is. SEE ALSO: North Korea just released a bizarre propaganda video... of people dancing? Singaporean photographer Aram Pan was given a rare chance to shoot the city from the skies, and he's posted the full video on YouTube: "It's a rare treat that a foreigner is allowed photography and filming over the skies of North Korea and even rare to be doing so in a Piper Matrix PA-46 light plane," he says on YouTube.
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