Your chance to ask questions to North Koreans about life growing up in the DPRK
"Give the gift of abundance and freedom to North Koreans"
"Lack of knowledge about birth control means that many women suffer from unplanned pregnancies"
"Until 2005, it was inconceivable for North Koreans to think that young women could smoke"
"South Koreans are trapped in the misconception that America will save them from any danger"
"North Koreans grow up brainwashed to hate cherry blossom trees"
"They were so pretty, but it was painful to walk in them"
'If I give my Korean age during the official interview with public servants, I will be scolded'
"Hairstyles people see in South Korean dramas are regarded to be stylish in North Korea"
"As a young girl, I always thought that referring to the year as the Juche year seemed more elegant"
"Only after arriving in South Korea did I learn about the genealogy of the Kim family"
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