Postcard from Pyongyang: The airport now has Wi-Fi, sort of

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Postcard from Pyongyang: The airport now has Wi-Fi, sort of

The Internet corner in the departures lobby of Pyongyang’s international airport. Despite being one of the least Internet-friendly countries in the world, North Korea’s main Internet provider recently set up an airport Wi-Fi network available to travelers who have cleared customs. Access to Wi-Fi and the Internet in general remains beyond the reach of most North Koreans.
A sign for the new Wi-Fi service being offered in the departures lobby of Pyongyang’s international airport. Despite being one of the least Internet-friendly countries in the world, North Korea’s main Internet provider recently set up an airport Wi-Fi network that is available to travelers who have cleared customs. Access to Wi-Fi and the Internet in general remains beyond the reach of most North Koreans.
Passengers wait for their flights in the departures lobby of Pyongyang’s international airport. Despite being one of the least Internet-friendly countries in the world, North Korea’s main Internet provider recently set up an airport Wi-Fi network that is available to travelers who have cleared customs. Access to Wi-Fi and the Internet in general remains beyond the reach of most North Koreans.
A screenshot of a login failure notification appearing after an attempt to access the new Wi-Fi service being offered to departing travelers who have already cleared immigration at the Pyongyang international airport. North Korea’s main Internet provider recently set up the airport Wi-Fi, though access to Wi-Fi and the Internet in general remains beyond the reach of most North Koreans.

Postcard from Pyongyang: The airport now has Wi-Fi, sort of

The Internet corner in the departures lobby of Pyongyang’s international airport. Despite being one of the least Internet-friendly countries in the world, North Korea’s main Internet provider recently set up an airport Wi-Fi network available to travelers who have cleared customs. Access to Wi-Fi and the Internet in general remains beyond the reach of most North Koreans.
A sign for the new Wi-Fi service being offered in the departures lobby of Pyongyang’s international airport. Despite being one of the least Internet-friendly countries in the world, North Korea’s main Internet provider recently set up an airport Wi-Fi network that is available to travelers who have cleared customs. Access to Wi-Fi and the Internet in general remains beyond the reach of most North Koreans.
Passengers wait for their flights in the departures lobby of Pyongyang’s international airport. Despite being one of the least Internet-friendly countries in the world, North Korea’s main Internet provider recently set up an airport Wi-Fi network that is available to travelers who have cleared customs. Access to Wi-Fi and the Internet in general remains beyond the reach of most North Koreans.
A screenshot of a login failure notification appearing after an attempt to access the new Wi-Fi service being offered to departing travelers who have already cleared immigration at the Pyongyang international airport. North Korea’s main Internet provider recently set up the airport Wi-Fi, though access to Wi-Fi and the Internet in general remains beyond the reach of most North Koreans.