Your chance to ask questions to North Koreans about life growing up in the DPRK
"Ordinary North Koreans have very skimpy knowledge about the outside world"
"You are looked down on and subject to harsh treatment if you were born with a physical disability"
"Money and bribes are far more important than in South Korea"
"How much money a patient has determines whether they live or die"
"It felt like the world was coming to an end"
"It keeps me up at night when I think about those hungry children struggling in the cold"
"No North Korean is looking forward to the New Year’s speech"
"I couldn't help but sigh at the news that North Korean overseas workers were being sent back to North Korea"
"The majority of those that decide to leave do so because they're disenchanted by the current political situation"
"'Nature' in North Korea is so bleak I am ashamed to even call it that."
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