A new TikTok account created in North Korea has gained over 100,000 followers, offering a rare glimpse into daily life in the country.
The account, which was created on Friday, features a series of everyday videos, including a busy train station in Pyongyang and night walks accompanied by music.
Despite the strict internet censorship and limited access to the internet, the account is gaining momentum, leading some to question whether it is a curated look into North Korea.
Similar government-led propaganda efforts have been seen on social media in the past, with North Korean YouTube channels and tourism videos aimed at reshaping the country’s image.
The rise of this new TikTok account has left many wondering if the propaganda machine has now reached the platform.