Built on the heels of a 1990s famine, the ostrich farm was a bold, expensive investment that the state hoped would help feed its people and provide goods to export. Years later, ostrich meat is the specialty at some of Pyongyang’s finest restaurants, but appears out of the reach of millions of hungry North Koreans.
Welcome to the North Korean ostrich farm – the latest and greatest tourist attraction to be opened up for foreign visitors to the DPRK.
Ostrich, it’s whats for dinner…….in North Korea.
Our local guide explains the wonders of North Korean ostrich husbandry.
“who is that?” we asked
“the cameraman” the guide answered
well yes, obviously, “but why has a cameraman been following us?”
“because we are very proud you have come to visit our ostrich farm! This footage will be archived in our museum and shown on national news.”
Jordan Harbinger dons the proper attire for a tour of the ostrich product showcase.
Neil Strauss is a famous ostrich sausage connoisseur!
Some girls just cant get enough ostrich sausage!
North Korean ostrich sausage, need I say more?