Yeon-mi Park (stylized as Yeonmi Park; born October 4, 1993) is a 21-year-old North Korean defector and human rights activist who escaped her country, North Korea in 2007 and currently lives in South Korea. She was once part of a ruling elite in North Korea. She now works as an activist, reporter, and speaker, appearing as a celebrity on talk shows and TV programs for the cause of North Korean refugees.
【North Korea】Kim Jong Un Meets with Gold Medalists and Their Coaches
【North Korea】KORAIL CEO to Visit North Korea
【Korea】South Korea Committee to Prepare for Reunification with North
【Korea】Five New Zealand motorcyclists crossed the DMZ, South Korea-North Korea border
【North Korea】Kim Jong-un, 'No more security threats'
【North Korea】N. Korea Accepts Seoul's Offer for Talks on Family Reunions
【North Korea】Smart phone “Arirang”made in North Korea
【North Korea】Another high-level attempt is needed by the United States to end the cycles of sanctions on North Korea and nuclear threats.
【North Korea】South Korea sent First Humanitarian Aid to North Korea Under New Administration
【North Korea】A Sign of Change in North Korea
【North Korea】North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un and his wife, Ri Sol-Ju, are walking arm-in-arm