Residents go about their business near one of the city’s biggest department stores and shopping areas in Pyongyang, North Korea Sunday, June 10, 2018. Despite the focus of world attention on the upcoming summit in Singapore between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, many North Koreans remain in the dark about what is happening outside their isolated nation. (AP Photo/Eric Talmadge)

PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — With all the attention focused on Singapore and the summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, Pyongyang must be buzzing with excitement, right?

Well, maybe, if anyone here knew it was happening.

Instead, North Korea’s capital was like the calm in the center of a storm.

With few sources of information other than government-run media, gossip and word of mouth, North Koreans were largely in the dark about the momentous — and potentially life-changing — events taking place outside of their isolated nation.

Before Monday, official news outlets had reported only that the two leaders planned to meet, without saying where or when or offering any other specifics. Even as Kim arrived in Singapore on a special Air China flight Sunday, just hours before Trump, there was still no…