Flying into Pyongyangs new Terminal 2, you may find yourself questioning if the reports about North Koreas ailing infrastructure are even true. The brand-new facility, opened last July, resembles a modern terminal with expansive glass, jet bridges, spacious boarding areas, duty-free shops, and flat screens all over. Even signage is written in English, and theres an Internet room for surfing the Web (if only it was actually hooked up).
The photos, released by North Koreas state media agency, shows the countrys supreme leader, Kim Jong Un, touring the terminal. While the photos and the airport itself is part of North Koreas propaganda machine, used to promote the country under a diffe