Kenneth Bae, a Korean-American being held in North Korea, says he is worried about his health after authorities moved him back into a labour camp following a stay in a hospital.
"I know if I continue for the next several months here, I will probably be sent back to the hospital again," Bae says in a video of a conversation with a Swedish diplomat recorded Friday.
According to a story by Jethro Mullen and other contributors for CNN, footage of the conversation in the labour camp was released by Choson Sinbo, a pro-North Korean newspaper based in Japan that has been given access to Bae in the past....
Apparently the only person from the West who are treated nicely in North Korea, are pro-basketball players? [URL=http://mobile.reuters.com/article/idUSBREA1I0AM20140219?irpc=932]]]Australian Christian missionary arrested in North Korea[/URL]
[URL=http://www.cnn.com/2014/02/17/world/asia/north-korea-un-report/index.html]]]U.N.: Crimes against humanity in N. Korea[/URL]. I wonder if they can get N. Korea's best friend Communist China to do anything?
Look at the PBS show, [URL=http://video.pbs.org/video/2365155890/]]]Secret State of North Korea[/URL] It will give you a greater understanding of what is happening there. this is no doubt one of the main reasons that many Korean veterans are so frustrated, they would have like to have prevented something like North Korea. At least in South Korea Christianity has thrived. This is what they should dwell on. By the way, a something of a non-representation by the PBS Frontline, but many of balloon launches apparently are by Christians. You won't hear that from this otherwise very good program about North Korea.