So, we're aware that North Korea is pretty isolated and their culture is extremely exclusive. But it's also surprising to learn that their internet is run in the same fashion. An engineer by the name of Matt Bryant has shared his data from one of the country's top-level name servers after it was "accidentally configured to allow global transfers."

Basically, North Korea has 28 websites registered in total with the domain .kp. It includes their newspaper Rodong Sinmun, state-owned airline Air Koryo, the Kim Il Sung University, North Korean food, Sports and a sort of social network at friend.com.kp. Take a look at some screenshots.

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