North Korean authorities have prepared deals for Chinese tourists who want to visit their country.
By September 5th, foreigners’ access to North Korea is forbidden, so the first flights start on September 21, according to Daily North Korea.
For a six-night stay, the Chinese have to pay between 4,280 yuan (630 dollars) and 4,780 yuan (720 dollars), depending on the place of departure.
Tourists will be able to visit Pyongyang, Wonsan and Mount Kumgang – where they will be staying for two nights.
They will also have the opportunity to eat bacon, noodle and bibimbap, a dish of rice, vegetables, hot pepper paste, and raw egg.