In North Korea it is not forbidden to photograph people on the street, but it is also not easy to get off the official agenda of visits for foreigners and get closer to the reality of the people. On a trip to the interior of the country, I tried to photograph some of the rural life that crossed the road. The speed of the car was a challenge, and often the window of the car was the only possible framework. For a number of reasons, guided tours for foreigners have a great deal of concern in showing what they consider to be the best in North Korea, so, in this sense, the window photos at 90km / h allow and show a rural simplicity that brings us closer to our own Latin American western reality. The photos were taken between Pyongyang and Hyangsan.