Partying in Pyongyang, Wall Street Journal-Style The North Korean capital is slowly opening up to tourists By Imperator , Newser Staff Posted Jan 30, 2010 2:44 PM CST Promoted on Newser Jan 30, 2010 4:10 PM CST 8 comments Comments (AP) (User Submitted) – The ultimate capitalist tool tells foreigners how to party in the largely dark capital of North Korea. Bee Gees tunes anyone? Click here for tips from Kristina Perez in the Wall Street Journal. Among other things, she explains how you can keep gambling until the wee hours. A sampling: "There's one nightclub and one casino, both located in the same place, the 1,001-room Yanggakdo Hotel, one of about a dozen hotels where foreigners are allowed to stay. (All the tourist hotels do offer some evening activities—like a karaoke bar—but the Yanggakdo is the place to be.)"