The Moran Hill and its Park (Moranbong), which are dominated by the Pyongyang television tower, sprawl out. A popular place in Pyongyang, it is ideal for picnicking and relaxing at the open air theatre. If you have time, you can watch retirees play chess or admire students singing and dancing in groups. North Korean painters often paint different views of the park. The hill gave its name to one of the most famous groups in the country: the Moranbong band. Nearby are the Arc de Triomphe, the Kaeson Fairgrounds and the Kim Il-Sung Stadium.
Each organized trip includes a visit to a park, it is often the opportunity to discuss a little more freely with the guides and to learn more about them and the way of life in Pyongyang: open spaces are conducive to lighter discussions.
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