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    authors. Suzy Kim explains North Korea by using words, whereas Hazel Smith uses numbers to analyze North Korea. This difference should be argued because…

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    but it was not always this way. After World War II, the Korean peninsula was divided into North and South; Kim Il-sung came in to power. He started to make a “cult of personality” around him and his family, so that people would worship him. The government replaced the previous religions—like Buddhism and Confucianism; they filled the peoples’ heads with corrupted ideas and concepts. Il-sung began refusing aid from other countries in order to…

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    North Korea Violations

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    with the fascist policies of their leader Kim Jong-un. There is absolutely no freedom within North Korea and being a citizen of his regime. The lives of these people are being harmed every single day due to the policies of the regime. No internet, prison camps, public executions, and food shortages are just to name a few. The country of North Korea has been faced with scrutiny and allegations regarding the mistreatment of their own citizens. According to Kim Jong-un’s biography on…

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    Kim Jong-Il North Korea remains a mystery to the rest of the world. It holds its matters private, works in ways that confuse outsiders, and threatens those who question them. It has spent decades creating a way of life that raises curiosities and appalls outsiders through its violence and inhumane treatment of citizens. North Korea, however, accelerated its destructive path when Kim Jong-Il inherited leadership. In fact, Kim Jong-Il’s leadership brought North Korea to ruins.…

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    North Korea is not a place that most people really know about; they are a very closed-off country and are very secretive. Up until recently, many people didn’t even know of what North Korea is capable of. Recently, the production of the movie “The Interview”, has sparked much conflict between the company Sony and North Korea. The country is of violence, neglect, and power-hungry dictators. No one really knows the truth about North Korea, but what they do know is that North Korea is a country…

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    from when they are born to until they die, to love and worship the “great leader.” In Rand’s dystopian world, Equality 7-2521 explains how when he and his brothers lived in The Home of the Students before they would remove North Korea Undercover, Ju Sung Il talks about when he was escaping North Korea and one of his fellow guards was following beside him so that they could escape across the border. In Anthem, Equality 7-2521 and International 4-8818 stumble upon a tunnel that probably one was a…

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    “For the people, of the people, by the people.” These words were uttered by American Pfc. James Dresnok, who is the main speaker of this film. Crossing the Line is a documentary that follows 4 western defectors who lived in communists North Korea. All of these men, to my surprise had entered into North Korea willingly and were not captured or necessarily prisoners of war. They had all abandoned there posts and went to North Korea for a variety of reasons, even they can’t explain the exacts…

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    Kim Jong Un is the ruler of North Korea, one of the most isolated yet, well known unpredictable countries in the world .Kim Jong Un known for running a strict empire, and his ruthless control of his people. Their government is not only a dangerous environment for its people, but for the whole world. Its actions have had an anything but positive impact on North Korea, especially with their nuclear testing and its shelling of Yeonpyeong Island , it has caused them to have tension with other…

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    two authors. Suzy Kim explains North Korea by using words, whereas Hazel Smith use numbers to analyze North Korea. Seeing politics, economy, and society of North Korea from different two views of Suzy Kim and Hazel Smith is the good way of understanding how North Korean state has been built.…

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    Shin Sang Hee Book Report

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    The novel “A Kim Jong Il production” by Paul Fischer emphasizes in kidnapping, films, tortures, and leaders in the country. There are two couples from South Korea who are film makers known as Shin Sang-OK and Choi Eun-Hee, who were kidnapped by the great leader of North Korea, and brought to Pyong Yang to make successful films. Shin was popular at filming good movies and Choi was an actress, but turned out to film with Shin after they were both kidnapped. However, Kim Sung became a leader of…

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