The video takes place in Pyongyang which, on top of being the capital, is the largest, most populated, and most developed city in North Korea. The fact that a video of this quality even got made there in the first place indicates massive government involvement, and y'know what a Communist bureaucracy's not gonna do? Approve of a video that presents the capital city as looking anything other than spec-goddamn-tacular.
Also, that giant, spaceship-looking pyramid building in the skyline is the Ryugyong Hotel, a skyscraper that's actually been under construction since 1987 and still hasn't opened to the public yet. Just saying.
Now, we're not gonna go so far as to say that everyone in the video's an actor hired by the government, but it's safe to say that this fairly propagandistic hyperlapse is in no way representative of life for the vast majority of North Korea's population. Maybe you're better off staying home after all.