Korean War POWs detained in North Korea Tens of thousands of South Korean soldiers were captured by the North Korean and Chinese forces during the Korean War but were not returned during the prisoner exchanges under the Armistice Agreement.Most are presumed dead, but the South Korean government estimates some South Korean prisoners of war still survive in North Korea Eyes of the Tailless Animals Prison Memoirs of a North Eyes of the Tailless Animals Prison Memoirs of a North Korean Woman Soon Ok Lee on FREE shipping on qualifying offers On October , , Soon Ok Lee was enjoying a peaceful morning at work in Communist North Korea when her misery began As supervisor of the material distribution center North Korea North Korea, officially the Democratic People s Republic of Korea DPRK or DPR Korea Korean , Chos n Minjuju i Inmin Konghwaguk , is a country in East Asia constituting the northern part of the Korean Peninsula, with Pyongyang the capital and the largest city in the country The name Korea is derived from Goguryeo which was one of the great powers in East Life Funds for North Korean Refugees LFNKR A traditonal cherry blossom viewing party North Korean refugees, now resettled in Japan, get together with LFNKR members to celebrate the coming of cherry blossoms and the first hint of spring in Tokyo. A soldier who starved to death in a North Korean prison A soldier who starved to death in a North Korean prison camp is coming home years later The Aquariums of Pyongyang Ten Years in the North Korean This is a very important autobiography The author was in a North Korean prison camp for ten years with members of his family He explains clearly how this camp was run, why people were there, and how the government chose who would go there and how they were treated. North Korean defector meets the father of Otto Warmbier Photo shows the moment a famous North Korean defector met the father of Otto Warmbier, the American who died after his release from a North Korean prison Horrifying Accounts Of North Korea s Prison Camps Dec , Any North Korean who commits a crime or questions his leaders or government is sent to a prison camp.The inmates are forced to do hard labor They are also starved and beaten for the slightest offenses. North Korea Freedom Coalition September was Save North Korean Refugees Day, and NKFC members in cities of countries participated to call for China to stop the brutal repatriation policy on North Korean refugees.NKFC members and member organizations held various events, including the conference on North Korean human rights, film screening of Crossing , and protest in front of Chinese Embassy. Brutal North Korean Secrets Listverse Aug , Insurance Fraud The North Korean economy is, in all measurable aspects, completely failing Exports are virtually nonexistent due to their reluctance to interact with foreign markets, as well as the fact that they struggle to feed everyone living within their own borders.