A Korean security expert shared new details of the secretive teenage years of Kim Jong Un with South Korean legislators on Wednesday, portraying an unpleasant picture of the North Korean leader's character as a young man. Nam Sung-wook—a professor at Korea University's department of unification and diplomacy, and former head of the Institute for National Security Strategy—spoke at the Liberal Korea Party security meeting. He said North Korea will continue on its provocative path as long as its ruler is in place. Nam tells Newsweek Kim's temper is "strong and cocky," speaking over the phone after the meeting.
A teenager has risked his life to expose a huge North Korean secret
What it's like to be a teenager in North Korea | The Independent
Alek Sigley was, in many regards, just like any other year-old postgraduate student. But there was one key factor that set him apart: he was studying in North Korea , one of the world's most isolated, secretive nations. Until recently, the Australian native was pursuing a master's degree in Korean literature at Kim Il Sung University in the capital, Pyongyang. At the time, he was the only foreign student enrolled in that postgraduate program, one of just three students from Western nations at the school and the only Australian in the entire country. In a twist, Sigley was detained by North Korean authorities on or around June 26, after spending more than a year there as a foreign student. The state-run Korean Central News Agency said that Sigley, who has documented his life in Pyongyang on his blog and for various columns , was caught spying by "systemically collecting and offering data" to media outlets with critical views toward North Korea. Sigley left North Korea after being released and is now "safe and well," according to a joint statement from Australia's prime minister and the foreign affairs minister.
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Having grown up watching films like James Bond and The Bourne Identity, all of us at one time or another have imagined indulging in a little bit of detective work, breaking the codes and beating the bad guy, casually saving the world in the process. However, this scenario almost became one English year-old's reality, when he endangered his life to expose a North Korean secret. Sam Chamberlain, from Yeovil, Somerset, tempted fate when he spotted a goods wagon topped with straw while on a controlled tour in North Korea.
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For more than three years, Kim Ju-hee has been studying full time for an exam that feels like her only shot at a good life in South Korea. Unemployment among those ages 15 to 29 reached Taking into account young adults who are working part-time jobs or studying for an employment exam like Kim, nearly 1 in 4 are out of a job. By comparison, in the U.