Apparently, Pizza Rat does not have cousins in the DPRK.
North Korea's famously mysterious metro system appears clean and organized in new rare photos and video from a foreign tourist group that was allowed to travel along the system's entire line of stops.
Until 2014, most visitors to the hermit kingdom were only allowed to travel between two particular stops on the Pyongyang Metro, a rule consistent with North Korea's extreme restrictions on where foreign visitors are allowed to go, as Gizmodo reports. But experienced traveler and blogger Elliott Davies was in a group that recently rode the entire system -- widely thought to be one of the deepest underground metros in the world -- and he documented the experience on his blog, Earth Nutshell.
The ride was unnervingly tranquil, Davies told HuffPost.
"The first thing I noticed was the cleanliness," he said. "Totally spotless, and no graffiti... It was eerily silent beside the revolutionary anthems that played out of the antique loudspeakers."