The borders of North Korea don’t just stop at China, they extend. In and around Jilin province, Dandong, the Tumen river, and the Yalu, North Koreans both deal with China on an economic basis, as well as culturally and linguistically. Through escaped refugees, to the entire Korean communities living their lives within the borders of a foreign country, the North Korea of China is a region that is seldom talked about, but we took it upon ourselves to explore and find some answers.
Video of the trip/documentary below
Stay at the airbnbs in the area to avoid hassle from the police