Be careful, and think a bit...
Being a foreigner in North Korea is a bit different than travelling to any other country.
Having handlers, or people watching you 24-7 (whether you know they're there or not) is a bit weird, but has to be accepted to travel here.
If somebody tells you to do something, do it! Or risk getting shot.
A stubborn South Korean group-tourist was just shot and killed two days before my trip, in a different part of the country. Apparently for ignoring her handlers and going where she wanted, which was somewhere they didn't want her to be.
It certainly made my trip a bit more interesting: Tensions were a bit heightened at the border crossings, with the guards on edge a bit more than usual. Took longer than it should have to get clearance to enter the country.
- Beer Tasting
Customers are advised NOT to fiddle....
My room at the folk hotel had traditional Korean 'ondol' underfloor heating. Not so sure about the safety of the wiring!