North Korea’s ‘Sunshine Day’: famine, more isolation and reforms in Kim Jong-un’s mansion

The situation is critical in a country that since the pandemic began has become even more isolated from the rest of the world.

Citizens visiting the statues of their leaders AP




Updated Thursday, April 15, 2021 – 12:14

Asia North Korea exhibits its new ballistic missile in a military parade Asia Kim Jong-un appointed secretary general of the only North Korean party

– What is freedom?

– It’s like oxygen. You cannot touch it or see it. You also don’t appreciate it or think about it when you have it. But you notice it when it is missing.

Joseph Kim was unable to define what the concept of freedom meant to him until he fled North Korea in 2006. He managed to cross into China, where a network of North Korean defectors hid him in an underground shelter. Later, he traveled to the United States. She became a human rights activist and wrote a book on the great famine.

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