Kim Young-hwan: From Juche Evangelist to North Korean Human Rights Activist

September 13th, 2012

In a continuation of their North Korean Human Rights Speaker Series, the Network for North Korean Democracy and Human Rights (NKnet) invited Kim Young-hwan to talk about his experiences as a student activist and the future of the North Korean human rights movement. The event was held on September 12th in conjunction with Yonsei

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Matthew McGrath

Matthew McGrath (@mattmcgr) is a Seoul based contributor for NK News.

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