British soul singer Joss Stone performed in a bar in North Korea as part of his Total World Tour.
Stone, 31, who became famous after his debut album "The Soul Sessions", performed in front of a small crowd in a bar in the capital of the hermit kingdom, Pyongyang, according to Sky News.
The crooner's tour manager "Super Duper Love (Are You Diggin" on Me), Simon Cockerell, shared Stone performing photos.
KIMMEL FIRE BACK AFTER THE CALL OF LATE TRUMP NIGHT EXHIBIT & # 39; ONLY ONE: & # 39; STOP TERRIBLE AND WE ARE STOPPED TO POINT IT & # 39;
"Joss Stone brings some reggae to Pyongyang", Cockerell took a picture.
Stone shared a video of her on her way to Pyongyang.
"On the way to #NorthKorea #Pyongyang, I hope that when I come back I will have learned a few words and hope you will pronounce them correctly," he wrote.
"I'm learning a song called arrirang that apparently is the national song of Korea as a whole, which is nice," he continued.
As part of his Total World Tour, Stone also visited Syria.
ROSEANNE BARR TALKS JUSSIE SMOLLETT, ASKS ALYSSA MILAN AND DEMOCRATISTS: & # 39; YOU'RE NOT GOING TO LOSE & # 39;
"Right to be Wrong" singer met Colin Crooks, the British ambassador to North Korea during his trip.
"Astonishment to meet Joss Stone in Pyongyang tonight and see her perform in country No. 176 (or is it 177?)" The scammers tweeted.
The BBC has observed that British citizens are not prohibited from visiting North Korea, but the country's Foreign Office has advised them to travel there, unless it is essential.