The Story of The Girl Who Escaped North Korea

While escaping North Korea, she saw a river with dead bodies floating in it.

Photo Credits: The Gospel Herald

The author of the famous memoir, The Girl with Seven Names, Hyeon-Seo Lee, once lived in North Korea but she moved to Seoul, South Korea. Why would a girl, in her youth, change her identity and move to a country that she grew up believing was her country’s…

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