These children, many of which appear to be in the Korean Youth Corps are waiting for the next train. What is life really like inside North Korea? In many ways, not so different than life elsewhere. Except, if you're in the US, would you trust your child to ride the train alone? Over time, I think that answer has become less and less likely to be "Yes."
They were all largely smiles and a bit curious. While not exactly an everyday occurrence, an increasing number of North Koreans fortunate enough to live in Pyongyang have gotten exposure to foreigners. At the end of the day, people are people and governments are governments - good and bad.
Group of school children wait for the next train.