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History in Context

The Story Of A North Korean Refugee Who Risked His Life For Freedom

He risked his life, and now he wants to share his story

Photography by Tim Franco for Rest of World

North Korea, country of… what actually? North Korea is mostly known for its totalitarian regime led by Kim Jong-un. Officially, it’s called the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, which has the same feeling as the German Democratic Republic: everything but

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Bryan Dijkhuizen

Bryan Dijkhuizen

Writing about Travel, Self Development, History and Politics | Featured in Start It Up, Mind Café, Better Humans & Better Marketing

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