Aquariums of Pyongyang By Kang Choi-Hwan (6/8)

From the eyes of a child, this first-hand account tells the story of one family’s fall from grace. Kang’s family (ethnic Koreans living in Japan) provides a unique perspective into the prison camp system at Yodok where the family lived for 10 years. The descriptions of life in Yodok opened my eyes to what one family can experience at the whim of one dictator.

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