Photographer captures photos of North Koreans’ daily life in summer — and it’s bleak

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North KoreaA immature lady plays on a reserve rail during a carpark in front a internal dialect store on Sunday, Jul 23, 2017, in Pyongyang, North Korea.Wong Maye-E (Associated Press)

With an peremptory regime that lasted over 7 decades, North Korea remains one of a most closed-off countries in a world.

It might shortly turn even some-more so as a Trump administration prepares to pass a anathema on American transport to a nation after North Korea incarcerated a US tyro and returned him to his family in a coma with neurological trauma, that after took his life.

For a few visitors who done it to North Korea, a poverty, old-fashioned infrastructure, and parsimonious supervision control, mostly repelled them.

But even in a strictest of supervision regimes, people still find ways to go by their lives. Here is how some North Koreans spent a final few days in July:

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