Guy Deslisle was a rare foreigner working in North Korea --- he lived there for a few months in 2001 doing animation work. He recounts his experience in the graphic memoir Pyongyang. From monuments to lapel pins, Delisle describes how the faces of Kim Jung Il and Kim Il Sung are everywhere.
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