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SUBJECT AREA History
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CREATED ON 9th March 2017
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The architecture and urbanism of Pyongyang

You were one of many capitalist entrepreneur who moved from Seoul to Pyongyang. What was your political, economic or cultural activity that you brought from Seoul and started in Pyongyang? Where did you do this and why did you select that place? How did your work activity began to change the architecture and urbanism of Pyongyang?
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