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Cold war propaganda distorted our understandings of this terrible war (1950-53) and its consequences. Here is the side from that part of Korea which was not conquered and colonised. Trophies from the US war machine, tales of resistance and the final US capitulation. An indispensable...More
Of course, the museum is organised from the North Korean perspective. Rightly so.
It brings you very close to the reality of war. With images. Movies. Captured airplanes, tanks etc. With reconstructions of war scenes etc.
All in all impressive. Also to see the clear...More
I was actually quite impressed by this museum. A lot of propaganda, as expected. But the museum is really very well made. A combination of modern and traditional, and enormous in size. We had very limited time to spend so it felt more like a...More
I went in May 2018, and our group was here for about 2 hours--i wish we had a whole day here. I'm neither a war buff, nor a museum buff, but the exhibits here are fascinating (and the USS Pueblo is awesome!). There's a gigantic...More
One of those almost compulsory visits in any DPRK tour itinerary so it's just a matter of going thru the motions and putting up with the distorted view of the world being pushed by the guides.
It's interesting just to hear what they say and...More
I already been in met moma london museums, louvre etc but this one is amazing. The museum is super new and everything is really well done... You can see a 3d effects and a demonstration of how everything happened at this time... Simulations, panormas etc....More
This museum has recently been rebuilt and I have to admit it’s pretty impressive. Outside you have numerous UN war vehicles that were left behind in Korea after the war. This also includes an American spy ship that the Korean people see as a great...More
This was certainly an eye opener and it surpassed all my expectations. Usually I do not like to visit war museums, but this was the BEST EVER. Unfortunately one cannot take any pictures inside the museum, because ALL the exhibitions are fascinating and very realistic....More
When visiting DPRK it's hard to know what to expect, there's not much information out there. Well museum was excellent, newly refurbished with excellent facility's and fascinating exhibitions. The navy ship outside is incredible, the rotating timeline in the roof is amazing too. There are...More
You will be taken there and shown the DPRK's view of the war against the Japanese occupation and the US intervention.
A highlight is a clamber around the spy ship USS Pueblo. How they got it up the Taedong River from the east coast where...More