Your chance to ask questions to North Koreans about life growing up in the DPRK
Some fans sneak in liquor and "act just like the hooligans you’d see at the English football league"
When South Korean men talk military service memories it's easy for a defector to feel left out
Women in the North face a number of rules, inconsistently applied, but nonetheless bothersome
North Korean can't stop curiosity about Christianity – but philandering pastors certainly can
Many have had their views shaped by movies, but Americans are also welcoming and warm
Shortage of doctors – of all sorts – means different approach must be taken to treating animals
The fact that someone can promise something they won't, or can't, deliver is the most shocking part
Meet Jinhyok, who will soon have graduated from schools named for both nations’ founders
They're not widely available, and people don't know how to use the ones that are there
Re-using sanitary napkins at that time every month the hardest part of a woman's life in the North
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