I've been to North Korea on a medical missions trip last year and have observed its healthcare system. Ask me anything!
I'm an undergrad pre-med student that had the amazing privilege of going to North Korea last year with a group of medical students and surgeons. We were in Pyongyang for a week as well as in Wonsan for two days. We made history by establishing the first international conference between North Korean medical students and internationals in North Korea. We spent a bulk of the time interacting with medical students from Pyongyang Medical College as well as in the hospitals in Pyongyang and Wonsan. I'm also currently writing an 80-pg senior thesis on the history of the North Korean Church. I don't know all the details about North Korean politics (lol who does?) but would be happy to answer any questions regarding DPRK healthcare and its relationship with Christianity in the past and currently. I took over 4,000 pictures, but selected about 250 and is posted below.
Edit: Thank you stranger for the reddit gold!!! My first. My life is complete and I may now die.