The United States has Ford. Germany has Volkswagen. Japan has Toyota. And North Korea has Pyeonghwa Motors.
Run by Kim Jong-un’s regime, the company produces a lil’ number of vehicles at its factory in the city of Nampo, a seaport on North Korea’s west coast. At its foot dealership in the capital Pyongyang, visitors can view its lineup up close, take a test drive and even purchase spare parts. Contine reading