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Laos 9 ‘Living Happily’ in Homeland

first_img Facebook Twitter Laos 9 ‘Living Happily’ in Homeland News SHARE By Daily NK – 2014.12.09 6:07pm News RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR North Korea has released a video featuringnine North Korean teenagers, who defected and were forcibly repatriated from Laos via China in May 2012, declaring that all are safe and living happy, productive lives back in their homeland.The propaganda arm of North Korea’sCommittee for Peaceful Reunification of the Fatherland, “Uriminzokkiri TV”released a video on December 7th, titled, “Life for 9 Teenagers after Returningto the Warm Embrace of the Republic after Being Kidnapped by South Chosun[Korean] Puppets.” “After being kidnapped by the South Chosunpuppets, the nine young people have returned to their homeland, and inaccordance with their wishes, are free to learn; a year and seven monthshave already passed since their lives started afresh,” the narration goes.The video specifically made mention of eachindividual’s name and offered detailed information on the activities andwhereabouts of each child. “Moon Chol, Jeong Kwang Yong, Ryu KwangHyok, and Baek Kwang Hyok are studying at Hero Hyesan Secondary School No. 1; Baek Yong Won is at Hamheung Teachers’ College in the arts department,cultivating his talents to his heart’s content,” the film states. “The younger children, Ri Kwang Hyok, Ryu Chol Ryong , Jang Guk Hwa, and Ro Jong Yong, are studying at Kumsong Middle School No. 1.”Closely following claims by a number of media sources that two of the nine children were executed, none of which have been verified, the video is thought to be an attempt by the North to refute such allegations.center_img Hamhung man arrested for corruption while working at a state-run department store North Korea tries to accelerate building of walls and fences along border with China News Ordinary Pyongyang residents have not received government rations since mid-April AvatarDaily NKQuestions or comments about this article? Contact us at [email protected] Newslast_img read more