July 02, 2020

Indoctrination intensifies to counter outside influence: source
Arrest, sentencing of South Korean missionary for espionage may have been pretext to stiffen ideological control

More than 30 people from Pyongyang have been sent to prison camps, suspected of having come into contact with a South Korean or received some kind of Christian instruction in China.

The NK Refugees Human Rights Association of Korea reported that, after last month’s press conference announcing the arrest of Korean missionary Kim Jong-wook as a “national Secret Service Spy,” North Korea began lectures aimed at furthering the people’s devotion to their ideology.