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Customs in DPRK

Customs in DPRK

You are banned to bring into the country the list of items such as: arms, drugs, pornography, books or articles about North Korea (DPRK) published or printed in the West and South Korea, etc. Immigration officers may examine your baggage and if you carry such items listed aforementioned, they will take them out and keep them without repaying. It is highly recommended not bring in the  country any items that may risk confiscation. You will be asked to declare currency and electronic items such as cameras, radios etc. in a customs declaration upon arrival.

Mobile phones and video cameras are collected ed at the border and given back to you on your return. Items such as MP3 players/iPods are ok to take in. On occasions, we are allowed to take in video cameras if they are utilized for personal viewing only and if you abide the restrictions on what can be filmed. DPRK regulations state that you cannot take a lens over 150 mm into the country. There is no limit on currency.