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Wish you were hereA British YouTube star has defended his vid

eos show

ing police state North Korea as a land of water parks, sandy beaches and amazing food. Louis Cole, a 33-year-ol

d travel blogger, documents his adventures around the globe with high-quality camera equipment and slickly edited footage, makin

g him one of the most popular vloggers on YouTube, with more than 1.8 million subscribers. But hes recently attracted criticism for h

is polished shots of North Korean life, after the country ha

s been accused of systematic human rights abuses detailed in harrowing reports by the United Nations. Read More

Related ArticlesNorth Korean builders forced to take CRYSTAL METH to help speed up construction work in capital city In his latest series, the stars FunForLouis channel shows him surfing in clear-blue waters, devouring delicious hash browns, playing with laughing local children and marvelling at the architecture. In one shot, in a video entitled Beyond the Tourism, Louis is seen being served a banquet, with tofu, mushrooms, seaweed and pork. Despot Kim has warned his people they may have to go on an arduous ma

rch - the name for the four-year famine which killed millions in the 1990s – and Amnesty International said recent reductions in state-controlled hando

uts have severely threatened people from getting enough to eat. Relaxing by the pool (Image: youtube.com/user/FunForLouis) Louis taking a dip in North Korea (Image: youtube.com/user/FunForLouis) Now Louiss glossy vlogs have been accused of being propaganda tools for the communist nation, with a number of YouTube comments slamming them for helping to fund an oppressive government. Read MoreRelated ArticlesNorth Korea steals personal records of 10million shoppers in online shopping hack The YouTube star saying he loves the police states people He enjoyed some watersports in the country (Image: youtube.com/user/FunForLouis) In some of his latest videos, Louis – who has more than 800,000 followers on Twitter – can be seen visiting a 43-floor hotel with a pool, bowling alley and massage parlour. Louis, from Cobham, Surrey, says in one video: People are way friendlier, smilier, got a sense of humour. In another, dreadlocked Louis says: T

hey are so talented here. Thats one thing I have found about North Koreans – they pick up on so many things. They are generally quite skillful at life. Living up to his relaxed, tanned demeanour, he adds in another video – which has nearly 350,000 views: This place is incredibly beautiful. This entire trip had been about trying to connect with people and show love, he said. Chris Prouse wrote under one of the seven vlogs filmed while Louis was out there : I appreciate that youre showing us a different part of the world, and North Korea might have built monuments that are symbolic of unity, but its pretty hard to ignore North Koreas human rights violations. A shot from one of Louiss popular videos (Image: youtube.com/use

r/FunForLouis) The Brit said North Korean people are way friendlier (Image: youtube.com/user/FunForLouis) I hope its something you mention after

the trip, for the sake of helping people gather a balanced, informed view of whats happening there. Because everyone should be able to feel at peace, enjoy life, and live the adventure. Another user said: At least be critical, have some common sense. Read MoreRelated ArticlesBattle on French holiday island as North Africans battle locals using HARPOONS over photo of woman w

earing burkini Louis said he wants to look beyond the negativity (Image: youtube.com/user/FunForLouis) The dreadlocked vlogger enjoying Korean coffee (Image: youtube.com/user/FunForLouis) An inquiry by the United Nations in 2014 found that among

the states human rights abuses were targted killings, rape, enslavement, forced abortions and torture of political opponents in secret prison camps. Human Rights Watch describes North Korea as among the worlds most repressive countries. Responding to the plethora of negative comments, Louis, who has alre

ady returned from the country, said: North Korea is the most isolated nation on earth. Communist leader Kim Jong Un (Image: Reuters) I’m trying to focus on positive things in the country and combat the purely negative image we see in the media. These videos are from one perspective of what we are being shown and experience whilst here. He said he wasnt on a government-sponsored trip. Im not being paid by the North Korean government, he said. I do not agree with the North Korean ideologies but I do care for and love the people there. The assumption I made, which may have been wrong of me, was that people watching my North Korea vlogs, would have already had a broader perspective. I want to reassure you that I do know whats going on out there. Im not being naive to it all. Lois is described on his Wikipedia page as a 65 British film-maker and YouTube personality.

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