“The hockey trip to the DPRK was a great experience that I would highly recommend to anyone wanting to chance to play hockey somewhere they would never expect. After spending nearly 12 years in Seoul, I jumped at the chance to go play hockey in Pyongyang.
From the moment we stepped on the ice, we knew we were there to compete and play our best. The games were fast and the DPRK team was tough to keep up with. It was a great experience to play against and then with them, and being able to interact and chat with the players is something I will never forget.
From the train ride in from the Chinese border to the bus ride to the DMZ, and everything in between, it was exactly the experience I was hoping for. It’s a great opportunity to see a little of what life is like in the DPRK. If I had the chance, I would definitely do it again.”
– Aaron Geddes