North Korea crisis piques tourists' interest
Kim Jong-un's government has made increasingly bellicose threats to deploy nuclear missiles in a conflict with South Korea that threatens to draw in China and the United States.
But Regent Holidays, the Bristol-based company that pioneered trips to North Korea, has recorded a 400 per cent increase in inquires from people wanting to get an inside take on one of the few remaining hardline communist regimes in the world.
Gillian Leaning, Regent’s Marketing Manager, said that the response showed that whether a country was in the news for good or bad reasons, people become more interested in it.
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