D.P.R Korea shares a land border with China to the north and north-west, along the Amnok (Yalu) and Tumen rivers. A small section of the Tumen River also forms D.P.R Korea’s short border with Russia to the northeast. Tourism in D.P.R Korea is highly controlled by the government, which is one of the reasons it is not a frequently visited destination – between 3,000 to 4,000 Western tourists visit D.P.R Korea each year, along with thousands of Asians.
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