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April 6th, 2009
Field Trip to the DMZ

North and South Korea share a language and a peninsula, but in the 60 years that they’ve been divided, they’ve become two very different countries. While capitalist South Korea has become an industrial powerhouse and a leader of the digital revolution, communist North Korea remains an isolated, largely agrarian society. This slideshow compares daily life in the two countries. Click on any image to begin.

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