Postcard KP-7

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KP-7
purplestarfish, Taiwan
posted over 10 years ago
is this picture taken in south Korea ?
shinnnning, China
shinnnning said:
posted over 10 years ago
Ming Dynasty style
lasagne, China
lasagne said:
posted over 10 years ago
it's amazing!
anyway,this card seems issued by South Korea
sonataca, United States of America
sonataca Postcrossing Supporter said:
posted over 10 years ago
Is the card really North Korean?
windancer_elan, China
posted over 10 years ago
I'm doubt in this postcard. More like in South Korea...
dingdingma, China
dingdingma said:
posted over 10 years ago
I want to get a postcard from North Korea!!!!!!!ah.......
loveamy, Poland
loveamy said:
posted over 10 years ago
interesting ;)
zhezhe1111, China
zhezhe1111 said:
posted over 10 years ago
Maybe the postcard was made by South Korea.Because North Korea is too poor.
bradpete, Philippines
bradpete said:
posted over 10 years ago
Amazingly great!
airiinkeri56, Finland
airiinkeri56 said:
posted over 10 years ago
Wonderful!!!
alsie, China
alsie said:
posted over 9 years ago
Waaa!NK!!
WY, Taiwan
WY said:
posted over 9 years ago
Perhaps the receiver can give us some information about this postcard.
I really doubt if it is really from DPRK as well.
kuzu, Turkey
kuzu said:
posted over 9 years ago
great
danikbates, United Kingdom
danikbates said:
posted over 9 years ago
I got a postcard from North Korea (not on postcrossing) from my Dutch friend who went to tour there. So they do have postcards there, and I got it within 2 weeks from it being sent from the capital. BUT I just watched a programme from inside North Korea on BBC World News, and the locals don't have access to the internet outside N. Korea. So, can they access Postcrossing? :P
ZoeAlice, United States of America
ZoeAlice said:
posted over 9 years ago
So jealous! I'd LOVE a postcard from North Korea!!
hugobrown, Australia
hugobrown said:
posted over 9 years ago
Cool postcard....
Derdie, Russia
Derdie said:
posted over 9 years ago
Открытка супер! Я бы тоже хотел получить открытку из Северной Кореи когда-нибудь. А ещё есть мечта побывать в этой стране :-Р
Spark7, China
Spark7 said:
posted over 9 years ago
Sending a postcard to north korea is impossible.North korean have been totally brainwashed, and normol north korean dont know anything happenning in the world at all.
Travlers from other countries can post cards in local hotel(Only for foreigners).
http://video.sina.com.cn/v/b/25481397-1348259465.html
We need to save north korea.
PaulaWallaDoodle, Canada
posted over 9 years ago
Im totally surprised that a card actually came from N. Korea! IM reading a book on the place now...and my goodness...they are SO BRAINWASHED! IF someone is actually in our Postcrossing IM thinking it's someone high up in the "govt"!
JouChien, Taiwan
JouChien said:
posted over 9 years ago
unbeliveved!!
zhongnini, Singapore
zhongnini said:
posted over 9 years ago
Unbelievable !!!! I would love to swap a postcard from North Korea !!! I am sooo curious of this place !!!
alexandrediniz, Brazil
posted over 9 years ago
Is it possible to get north korea postcard? I have my doubts. But for sure, i would love it!
wwbread, Germany
wwbread said:
posted over 9 years ago
can't believe this is a card from NK! How i wish i could have one...
alfredali, Argentina
alfredali said:
posted over 9 years ago
I want to know if you are interested in the direct exchange with Argentina. I have an important variety of postcards to be giving the orders.
If you want legacy your direction that I make come to you a postcard.
My I like to know the culture, historical monuments, the capital, ruins, gown, typical flower and all that that is only of your country.
Thank you very much,
Alicia Sobol
Concordia 1052
1706 - Haedo
Buenos Aires
Argentina

Regards,and thak you!!
saludos y gracias !!
elbe, Germany
elbe Postcrossing Supporter said:
posted over 8 years ago
This card is from South Korea. It shows Jongmyo in Seoul. I bought exactly the same card there...
duncankoller, United States of America
duncankoller said:
posted over 8 years ago
I agree with elbe. This is a South Korean postcard. I have also visited this site in Seoul and recognize it. It is possible that it was mailed from North Korea, but it is unlikely that the sender has access to postcrossing. In my view it is not a genuine mailing from NK.
loupblanc, United States of America
loupblanc said:
posted over 8 years ago
I checked sender's profile, he or she worte Korea as Chosun which is North Korean ways to call Korea, maybe sender from North korea. However the post card definetely from South korea.
In this picture they're playing royal ancestral rites music, in Seoul.
sheen43, China
sheen43 said:
posted over 8 years ago
Even until now, DRPK doesnot have internet access for the common people.
JesusHernandez, United States of America
posted over 8 years ago
The city listed on that woman's profile is in South Korea. She must have accidentally selected Korea (North).
TiffanyKhor, Malaysia
TiffanyKhor said:
posted over 8 years ago
Hi,I'm Tiffany.From Malaysia.
Im postcrossing user.
And i am very interesting to your country.
I hope can have a post card from you or exchange,can i?
Hope to hearing from u very soon,thanks you.

Name:Tiffany Khor Siaw Ching
Address: 364E, Bagan Selatan,
34250 Tg Piandang,
Perak.
MALAYSIA.
Amelie, China
Amelie said:
posted over 8 years ago
Hi,Every North Korea card Which I can get are too thin,can't be send without an envelop~~~So I don't konw if any card from North Korea post office as thin as my geting~~How about this card? Or just a South Korea card~~
jalew, China
jalew said:
posted over 8 years ago
The woman selected wrong country... Both in South and North, there is Kangwon do. That province was divided into 2 parts to this 2 countries.
magg, China
magg said:
posted over 8 years ago
天啊 好幸运能收到朝鲜的片子
LunaSeaa, Lithuania
LunaSeaa said:
posted over 8 years ago
This one is amazing! love everything about it!:D
ifunny, China
ifunny said:
posted over 8 years ago
天啊,朝鲜的片能寄出来?
sooni, Korea (South)
sooni said:
posted over 8 years ago
Oh, my god! I'm not sure she really lives in North Korea. But the map shows that she lives in Gangwon-do in North Korea. oh my. Anway the texture of postcard looks like North Korea's. 아무튼 건강하게 지내세요.
Olha_K, Poland
Olha_K said:
posted over 8 years ago
kernfrucht + 1. I think the same. And I can't stop wondering why Koreans hate each other. This postcard looks very nice and it doesn't matter where it was printed :)
siekaiser, Taiwan
siekaiser said:
posted over 8 years ago
That's quiet interesting, they used to have some PCers, 2 of them delete their account, and 2 of them didn't use this website in the past two years. I am really want know what happened with TH_Postcrosser1, he/she had sent 103 cards and disappeared?
kk12, United States of America
kk12 said:
posted over 8 years ago
I know right! This is really interesting me!
HM, Netherlands
HM said:
posted over 8 years ago
click

www.postcrossing.com/postcards/NZ-52165

for another Korea DPRK 조선민주주의인민공화국 postcard!
mengyeyue, China
mengyeyue said:
posted over 7 years ago
看来这个片子说起来也没人信这是北韩发出来的。
Julz72, Australia
Julz72 said:
posted over 7 years ago
why do rare countries postcards always have atleast 100 favourites????
Clasina, Netherlands
Clasina said:
posted over 7 years ago
I love the discussion this postcard has issued :)
The three links Anteng gave are brilliant! I would love to receive one of those!
dyue9796, France
dyue9796 said:
posted over 7 years ago
oh...maybe it is a card about ancient
china
Ching6767, China
Ching6767 said:
posted over 7 years ago
I agree with louise97.
Breda, Netherlands
Breda said:
posted over 7 years ago
Hope to receive this card, so beautiful.
Sumanto, Bangladesh
Sumanto said:
posted over 6 years ago
so nice card...
i like it very much...
jugojl6, China
jugojl6 said:
posted over 6 years ago
The postcard is from South Korea, the sender is from North Korea, definitely. because she said she is from Kangwon-do, the province is consistent with the location: Woosan. She is an elite in North Korea.
jugojl6, China
jugojl6 said:
posted over 6 years ago
And she wrote Korea as 조선, that is Chosen, the way DPRK call themselves. And she said she will have a pleasant journey to Moscow, Russia, the same thing usually done by North Korean elite group
Gongzhihai, China
Gongzhihai said:
posted over 4 years ago
朝鲜也能寄出?
Ivy_Rong, China
Ivy_Rong said:
posted over 4 years ago
hahhhha,😂
muhammetcomce, Turkey
posted over 3 years ago
Great postcard
shifa786, India
shifa786 said:
posted over 3 years ago
BEAUTIFUL POSTCARD
AugustoAssis, Brazil
AugustoAssis said:
posted over 2 years ago
This is not exactly the place to spread Western capitalist propaganda. The lack of knowledge about North Korea is due to media action. Nor was anything known about the USSR. Now, we know everything about Russia. The difference in North Korea is that the bourgeoisie was eliminated there. In that country there are no bourgeois who live from the work of others.
wolfnik, Switzerland
wolfnik said:
posted over 1 year ago
It is not a card from Kim-country ---
it is a scene from Reykjavik, Iceland / Island.
Bullbachka, Ukraine
Bullbachka said:
posted 8 months ago
Okay, let's see... This DPRK user send 4 postcards in total. Also, maybe 1-2 months ago I saw another user from North Korea, who maybe send more than 100 postcards. But he disappeared after a couple of weeks or maybe month :)
The first user, a girl from Wonsan. That's very sad, but I haven't see the city name of disappeared user. As we know, all DPRK elite lives in the capital of the country - Pyongyang. She is not from there, as we see...
But! In her bio we can see, that she will have a great trip to the Moscow, Russia. Also that girl wrote, that North Korea is a beautiful country and here is a good shipbuilding. All the postcard were send from the one city, so the girl is maybe a real human, not a robot\fake.
Bullbachka, Ukraine
Bullbachka said:
posted 8 months ago
Hm... But, let's talk about another DPRK user. I don't remember his nickname, but we don't need it.
He appeared unexpectedly, so that you understand - then a few days ago I visited the profile of inkorea, in a day or two I saw a new user appeared. The fact that he sent and received a lot of cards (it is IMPOSSIBLE to receive so much in two days) means that this is hardly a real person. In this case, the numbers of postcards were registered (KP-14, KP-15, etc.). As I told you, he disappeared the same unexpectedly as came - no profile.
Also a lot of users said, that this postcard are not from the Kim country... I can't say nothing about that, because I newer been in Seoul or in South Korea, sorry!

I did not have time to see when, to whom and from which city his postcards were delivered. And this topic really interested me only after the disappearance of his profile.
I can not give an exact verdict, but I am interested in your opinion.
Bullbachka, Ukraine
Bullbachka said:
posted 8 months ago
Oh, and I don't really think that some country politics will be interested in postcard resource. But who knows, who knows...
Bullbachka, Ukraine
Bullbachka said:
posted 6 months ago
03.09.19 update.

Saw old North Korean users as another country members. All things that I said earlier maybe wrong. Some of them are in China now, so... I think, everything is OK now.
aislingyan, China
aislingyan said:
posted about 1 month ago
@Bullbachka, you are so cute, totally a detective! :-P
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