By Chas Henry
It was May 2016 when Singaporean photographer Aram Pan flew over the capital city of North Korea. But only recently has the aerial photography from Pan’s small-plane flight been posted online.
The six-minute view-from-the-heavens travelog has caught the attention of military imagery analysts, and those working for intelligence agencies.
One question all are left asking: Where are the 2.86 million people thought to be residing in Pyongyang? Another head-scratcher: Why doesn’t one see infrastructure for processing and distributing food, disposing of garbage — or accomplishing many other activities necessary to support the population of a large metropolitan area?
That has led some to suggest that much of daily life in the city may actually take place in a large tunnel network underground.
Take a look. What do you think?