Pyongyang's newest attraction: Sightseeing in an ultralight airplane
from Toronto Star
Until a few months ago, if you wanted a bird's-eye view of North Korea's capital, there was basically only one option: a 492-foot-tall tower across the river from Kim Il Sung Square. Now, if you have the cash, you can climb into the back seat of an ultralight aircraft.
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