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The beautiful North Korean waitresses in traditional costume dress serve customers in a Korean restaurant in Shenyang on Jan 9.
The photo shows a Korean restaurant in Shenyang in the evening of Jan 9. A group of talented and pretty girls cross the Yalu River dividing China and North Korea, and serve a variety of customers with smiling faces in a Chinese restaurant.
They do not have mobile phones, nor do they know know how to surf the Internet. According to them, the contents spreading on the Internet are "bad thing."
They call the guests as "Sir" or "Madam", take the initiative to invite guests from the third floor balcony to the first floor lobby, and warmly recommend the great leader themed stamps to the guests . Most girls have names that sound good: Kim Yinyu, Kim Zhenzhu, Kim Jingmei, Pak Mei Xiang.
Most of them are university graduates from North Korea, and always meet the guests with proper smile and greetings.

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