Gorby, I watched the entire doc today! In the capital city Pyongyang the Spanish reporter was shown a Catholic church and being a Christian, he was allowed to visit the mass, but he noticed there were no Eucharist symbols used. The Korean hosts explained there was no priest that day. He was also told there were Protestant, Buddhist and Cheodigyo (traditional Korean) churches. That seemed to give the impression of freedom of religion in Korea, but the reporter didn't trust it and he supposed that it were fake churches, only built in Pyongyang to mislead the tourists.
Intriguing stuff man! That country will always be shrouded in mysteries.
Something you didn't mention (thanks for not spoiling the party ) was that Jehovah's witnesses, together with Scientology, are viewed as unwanted religions. So even a fake Kingdom hall would not be allowed in Pyongyang!
I guess paradise earth under YHWH and Christ would be too much of a rival for the Kim II-sung and Kim Jong-il cultus of a perfect North-Korea.