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Watch: What it looks like when you land in North Korea

Washington Post correspondent Anna Fifield is in North Korea, where she will be reporting from for the next several days.

What does it look like when you're about to land in Pyongyang? Like this:

Washington Post correspondent Anna Fifield filmed her descent to Pyongyang, North Korea, where she will be reporting for the next several days. (Anna Fifield/The Washington Post)

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