Information related to North Korean defector issues
South Korean outlets say two defectors escaped Chinese authorities, while two of three caught tested positive for virus
‘You cannot change where you were born, but you can choose where you live’
Court says defector worked on behalf of Pyongyang to convince other defectors to return to North Korea
Hackers concealed malicious script inside a word processing file specifically targeting defectors in South Korea
Christopher Ahn is now one step closer to extradition to Madrid, but higher court could still intervene
Protestants outnumber Buddhists among defectors, even though both religions are about equally represented in South Korea
Separation from family and fast pace of life in South are challenging, but freedom from want and fear are irreplaceable
President-elect’s transition committee releases 110 national tasks including inter-Korean, foreign and defense policies
Court documents give a rare view into North Korea’s covert operations in the South
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