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Five years of Kim Jong Un: How much has daily life changed in North Korea?

Five years of Kim Jong Un: How much has daily life changed in North Korea?
- Quite a lot of it would have been familiar to him: the marshall music, the colorful propaganda, the towering testaments to the strength of the ruling party and the Korean people, for instance. All would have been firmly in keeping with the country he spent his life building. But to the late Great Leader and to his son, the Dear Leader Kim Jong Il, much of North Korea’s capital would be unrecognizable. Where once free market activity in the country was highly restricted, now a new class of entrepreneurs (known as donju) is beginning to make its mark, and consumer products are beginning to pop up in the traditionally austere country.