North Korea-there are kids swimming in the river and a small ferris wheel in the background that is rarely used.
The factories and the bridge-that was about all there was to see. We walked up and down the water front, had dinner and then went on a boat cruise.
Chinese Fishing boat-see how close it is to the NK border? That white building is NK!
As night fell, Dan Dong lit up and North Korea went black. Electricity is turned off in most places and this was true of the city across from us. The contrast was pretty stark, especially from the boat.
Dan Dong at dusk.
One of the things that was saw that was oddly moving was the lighting of lanterns. Basically, red paper lanterns are made. Blessings are written on the lanterns and then they are lit and they fly across the river into North Korea. You could see many lights in the sky flying there. They are not purposefully sending the lanterns there-it is the direction of the wind that brings them there. But seeing the light of the lanterns flying into the darkness of North Korea was quite compelling.