The subway system in Pyongyang, the capital of North Korea, which little is known about everyday life, has been photographed for the first time. Photographer Elliott Davies has captured the entire subway system, of which only two stations have been photographed so far, EarthNutshell reports.
The Pyongyang metro is said to be one of the world's deepest underground systems with a depth of 110 meters.
In the metro, which consists of two lines and 16 stations, 'revolutionary music' is played to the passengers on the stairs. At the same time, the stations built as shelters are surrounded by steel doors.
In addition to sculptures depicting hardworking farmers and happy farming families, the stations also have the newspaper of the day. It is stated that the Berlin-style subway cars were purchased in 1999.