Stunning 360° Video Takes Outsiders Through the Streets of Pyongyang

StoryfulPublished: June 28, 2017Updated: July 10, 20171 views
Published: June 28, 2017Updated: July 10, 2017

In a rare opportunity presented to outsiders, film maker Aram Pan was allowed to record a 360 degree video of his drive through Pyongyang, in North Korea. The video, which is over an hour long, provides an insight into the everyday life in the city that is sure to be examined with great interest by curious people all around the world.Aram has been running the DPRK 360 project, seen on his Facebook at, as his “little window” into North Korea since 2013. “Over the years, I’ve slowly earned their trust and they’ve let me capture more and more of their country”, he said. After an experiment of GoPro video tour of the city in May 2014, he decided to refresh it by using VR technology. Rather than just have a fixed view facing forward, outsiders can now look at the sides and peep down alleys with a different perspective each time they look at the video again and can also check out some unique images on his Instagram page over at

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