In-hua Kim is a pseudonym for a North Korean defector writer. She left the DPRK in 2018, and now resides in South Korea.
"Self-conscious of my North Korean accent, I usually stay silent wherever I go"
"Stop laughing and listen! This fortuneteller is really good, she figures things out well"
"Whether it's a summit with the U.S. or South Korea, people just dismiss it as political theater"
"With my body in chains, I learned that the culprits of our suffering were the incapable leadership"
Introducing a new writer, a former resident of Hyesan, Ryanggang-do
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