10 Most Beautiful Places In North Korea 2023

There are strict restrictions on what you can transport into North Korea. Political, pornographic, and religious things cannot be brought in. When you reach, declare any printed materials and electronic equipment.

It’s also prohibited to possess anything that violates North Korean law, whether intentionally or unknowingly and also North Korea is a dangerous country for tourists. But today we will look after the most beautiful places in North Korea. If you are looking for the best places to visit in North Korea. You are in the right place.

10. Kim Il Sung Square

Kim Il Sung Square

Kim Il Sung Square

Address: 2Q93+R28, Pyongyang, North Korea

Hours: Open 24 hours

Opened: 1954

Area: 75,000 square meters (810,000 sq ft)

Dedicated to: Kim Il Sung

Kim Il Sung Square is a large city square in the Central District of Pyongyang, North Korea, and is named after the country’s founding leader, Kim Il Sung. The square was constructed in 1954 according to a master plan for reconstructing the capital after the destruction of the Korean War. It was opened in August 1954.

9. Pyongyang Metro (Subway)

Pyongyang Metro

Pyongyang Metro

Opened: September 6, 1973

Began operation: September 1973

Depth: 110 metres

Operator(s): Pyongyang Metro Administration Bureau

Number of stations: 16 (Chollima Line: 8, Hyoksin Line: 8)

Daily ridership: 400,000 (Weekdays); 700,000 (Holidays); (July 2019)

The Pyongyang Metro is the rapid transit system in Pyongyang, the capital and largest city of North Korea.

8. Tomb of King Kongmin

Tomb of King Kongmin

Tomb of King Kongmin

Address: North Korea, North Hwanghae, Kaepung, 개성시 개풍군 해선리

Hours: Open 24 hours

The Mausoleum of King Kongmin, more correctly known as the Hyonjongnung Royal Tomb, is a 14th-century mausoleum located in Haeson Village, in the city of Kaesong, North Korea. It is one of the Royal Tombs of the Goryeo Dynasty.

7. Juche Tower

Juche Tower

Juche Tower

Height: 170 metres (560 ft)

Opened: April 15, 1982

Function: Monument

Dedicated to: Juche

The Juche Tower, completed in 1982, is a monument in Pyongyang, the capital of North Korea, and is named after the ideology of Juche introduced by the country’s first leader, Kim Il Sung.

6. Masikryong Ski Resort

Masikryong Ski Resort

Masikryong Ski Resort

Address: 3762+WCG, P’andong-ni, Kangwon, North Korea

Phone: +380 96 988 6023

Coordinates: 39°03′12″N 127°15′00″E / 39.0532°N 127.2500°E

Lift system: Chair and drag lifts

Longest run: 4.8 km (3 mi)

Masikryong Ski Resort is a ski resort at the summit of the 1,360-metre Taehwa Peak some 20 kilometres outside Wonsan City in Kangwon Province, North Korea.

5. Kumsusan Palace of the Sun

Kumsusan Palace of the Sun

Kumsusan Palace of the Sun

Address: North Korea, Pyongyang, 대성구역

Burials: Kim Jong-il, Kim Il-sung

Architectural style: Brutalist architecture

Opened: 1976

Floors: 2

Coordinates: 39°3′51″N 125°47′15″E / 39.06417°N 125.78750°E

The Kumsusan Palace of the Sun, formerly the Kumsusan Memorial Palace, is a building near the northeast corner of the city of Pyongyang that serves as the mausoleum for Kim Il Sung, the founder of North Korea, and for his son Kim Jong Il, both posthumously designated as Eternal leaders of North Korea.

4. Mount Myohyangsan

Mount Myohyangsan

Mount Myohyangsan

Highest point
Elevation1,909 m (6,263 ft)
Coordinates17px WMA button2b40°01′07″N 126°19′59″E

The Mount Myohyang is a mountain in North Korea. It is named after the mystic shapes and fragrances found in the area. It is a sacred site as, according to legend, it was the home of King Tangun, forefather of the Korean people.

3. Reunification Gate

Reunification Gate
Monument to the Three-Point Charter for National Reunification (Arch of Reunification) near Pyongyang in North Korea

Reunification Gate

LocationPyongyang, North Korea
Width61.5 metres (202 ft)
Height30 metres (98 ft)
Opening dateAugust 2001

The Arch of Reunification, officially the Monument to the Three-Point Charter for National Reunification, is a sculptural arch located south of Pyongyang, the capital of North Korea. It was opened in August 2001 to commemorate Korean reunification proposals put forward by Kim Il Sung.

2. Changbai Mountains

Changbai Mountains

Changbai Mountains

Highest point
PeakMount Paektu
Elevation2,744 m (9,003 ft)
Prominence2,593 m (8,507 ft)

The Changbai Mountains are a major mountain range in Northeast Asia that extends from the Northeast Chinese provinces of Heilongjiang, Jilin and Liaoning, across the China-North Korea border, to the North Korean provinces of Ryanggang and Chagang.

1. Arch of Triumph

Arch of Triumph

Arch of Triumph

Address: Arch of Triumph, Pyongyang, North Korea

Opened: April 15, 1982

Height: 60 meters (200 ft)

Material: White granite

The Arch of Triumph is a triumphal arch in Pyongyang, North Korea. It was built to commemorate the Korean resistance to Japan from 1925 to 1945. It is the second tallest triumphal arch in the world, after Monumento a la Revolución in Mexico, standing 60 m high and 50 m wide.

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