A street stall in Pyongyang sells fried buns with red bean paste for 1, won — a bit more than 10 U.
A department store in Pyongyang features a stall where North Koreans can change foreign currency for won at the unofficial rate, and prices throughout the store are listed at the same rate. There are also limits to what North Koreans will admit to, and the idea of a national economy that relies solely on North Koreans, and makes quality products, remains central to their belief system.
North Koreans allowed to be interviewed by the foreign media rarely stray from official lines dictated by the government. Journalists visiting Pyongyang this week have not been permitted to visit unofficial street markets. Factory worker Ri Song Il, 50, said he does not need foreign currency.
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