The economies of China rivals South Korea and Taiwan are reliant on spending from Chinese travelers.
North Korea's in a unique position as it tries to grow its tourism arrivals. Travelers want to see the isolation and oddities and are willing to extend that fascination to the plane ride into the country.
Just like visiting the Soviet Union in the 1980s, but with worse food and none of the whimsy.
Who needs the Internet when you have a chocolate fountain?
Something tells us Kim Jong-un is highly proficient at harshing the mellow of even the most chill of surfers.
This is likely one destination where living like a local is very low on the tourist's itinerary.
A newly open North Korea isn't going to hurt tourism anywhere else in the region.
The marathon was the only event that got visitors even slightly excited about Pyongyang. It's clear the government is using Ebola as cover for bigger issues. Because they have plenty.