One Thing We Must Do With North Korea

There is no longer any American tourism to North Korea, after the Trump administration’s travel ban (the one that isn’t stuck in endless court battles) went into effect. Before Sept. 1st, Americans could book tours through a number of Chinese agents.

From what I gather from people who have been, the tours were mostly the same. A nice hotel in surprisingly modern (and empty) Pyongyang, probably similar to a Hyatt or high-end Marriott in America; visits to various places of interest including massive shrines to the deified Leaders; a parade; a trip to the DMZ; possibly a theme park where all the customers are foreigners; a river cruise with fireworks; a movie; then off to home.