North Korea could open a beach resort complete with a water park and other amenities as soon as this year, part of a plan to fuel tourism to the region.
Satellite images released by 38 North, a website monitoring activity in North Korea operated by the Washington, D.C.-based policy research group The Stimson Center, show the additions of a water park with water slide, sports facilities such as a stadium and soccer field, and additional building expansions.
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