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Cheonan sinking

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19
Aug
2013

Video: Kang Chol Hwan on the Politics of North Korea

At age nine, Kang Chol Hwan was sent with most of his family to a political prison camp in North Korea for an unspecified “crime” by his grandfather. He was released after 10 years and later fled the country, eventually … Continue reading


December 20, 2012 - President-elect Park Geun Hye speaks at Saenuri Party headquarters in Yeoido, Seoul, at the ceremony to disband her Central Election Task Force. (Yonhap photo)
13
Feb
2013

Conditions for Improving Inter-Korean Relations in 2013: North Korea Must Change Stance toward Denuclearization and Cheonan Sinking

Read in Korean With less than a month to go before President-elect Park Geun Hye is sworn in as South Korea’s first female president, there is still considerable speculation surrounding the prospects for the incoming Park administration’s North Korea policy. … Continue reading


Cover of NK Vision magazine from June 2011
06
Jun
2011

[Pyongyang 25 Hours] The Korean War: The Unended War

Read in Korean The following opinion column is part of the series Pyongyang 25 Hours and appears in the June 2011 issue of NK Vision magazine. Translated by NKnet volunteer Ryan Hamilton. Jang Sung Moo was born in North Korea … Continue reading


NK Vision magazine cover (May-June 2010)
03
May
2010

The Cheonan Incident and the Local Elections

The following is a summary of an article by Han Ki Hong, the president of NKnet and the Daily NK, that appeared on pages 4-5 of the May-June 2010 issue of NK Vision. The sinking of the ROK’s Cheonan proved … Continue reading


We Will Remember the Men of the Cheonan
26
Apr
2010

We Will Always Remember the Men of the Cheonan

We will remember your names. We mourn those who died because of the Cheonan Incident. We will never let the deaths of 46 sailors pass in vain. We will remember the 46 heroes forever. We will try our best to … Continue reading


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