WWU professor explores secluded world of North Korea

The Bellingham Herald

Peter Haug has certainly traveled to more dangerous places, such as Iraq and Afghanistan, but perhaps none as ominously quirky as North Korea, where he spent eight days as a tourist in early September.
An oppressive communist dynasty, North Korea is at the bottom of Americans' list of favorite countries, but Haug, who teaches business management at Western Washington University, has now traveled to 91 countries, so he wasn't deterred from paying a visit.
North Korea opened its borders to U.S. tourists almost two years ago.

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