Ann Curry is posting photos from her Instagram account during her trip to North Korea as the government commemorates the 60th anniversary of the end of the Korean War.
Downtown Pyongyang, North Korea as seen from our hotel room. (David Lom / NBC News)
Our view upon landing in North Korea. A rare invitation to the world's press.
Little time to eat has us moving as fast as the waitresses. (David Lom / NBC News)
Few street lights in Pyongyang at night and I haven't seen a stoplight. (David Lom / NBC News)
NBC's Ann Curry goes inside North Korea, getting a small glimpse of a population largely cut off from the outside world, as the government commemorates the 60th anniversary of the end of the Korean War.
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As chief Asia photographer for the Associated Press, David Guttenfelder has had unprecedented access to communist North Korea. Here's a rare look at daily life in the secretive country.