WORLD  ·   September 1, 2014

A reporter's window into the North Korean countryside

- The Washington Post's Anna Fifield captures a glimpse of the bumpy road between Mount Myohyang and Pyongyang. North Korea's fields - most of which belong to cooperatives - are green and lush, while the capital city is bustling with cars and pedestrians. ()

- The Washington Post's Anna Fifield captures a glimpse of the bumpy road between Mount Myohyang and Pyongyang. North Korea's fields - most of which belong to cooperatives - are green and lush, while the capital city is bustling with cars and pedestrians. ()

A reporter's window into the North Korean countryside (1:10)

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