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The book obviously has a visual appeal but it also provides small vignettes into North Korean life, for example on how the country dresses itself up to show foreigners that ‘My Country is Best’ (a slogan found on North Korean buses) but also on how it went about packaging rather dull goods in fanciful ways- with very little input from outside influences. Nothing is perhaps quite as it seems. I am based in Beijing and have been visiting most months since 1993 so it is all pretty normal in its abnormal way. I have grown up with people there, seen them get married have kids and so on and in this sense there is very little that divides us. Politically it is of course another thing. The anti-American propaganda cartoons North Korea shows its children We tend to see the people as brainwashed and in simplistic black and white terms. This lack of knowledge can make us jump to conclusions. I have produced various films in North Korea and a western film-maker once asked our Korean co-producer why she was involved in film (alluding that she was politically motivated). Her reply right from the heart was “I am just mad about film”. Sometimes we cannot see the humanity because of our own propaganda. People often comment that tourists take to North Korea don't see the real side of the country.
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About 20 have been held since then with the last in 2015. South Korea's delegation leader Park Kyung-seo, head of the Korean Red Cross, is greeted by North Korea's delegation leader Pak Yong-il, vice chairman of the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of the Country, at a hotel on Mount Kumgang, North Korea, June 22, 2018. Yonhap via REUTERS Since 2000, about 23,676 separated Koreans, from both North and South, have met or interacted through videolink as part of the program, the Hyundai Research Institute think-tank said. By March, 56 percent of the 131,531 South Koreans who applied to take part in reunions had died, it said. It was not clear if North Korea had dropped a condition it had previously set for resuming the reunions - that South Korea return 12 North Korean women who worked at a North Korea-run restaurant in China and defected to the South in 2016. Several of the women said in May they were coerced into leaving, while South Korean officials said they were trying to verify their accounts. As recently as May the North Korean Red Cross organization urged South Korea to return the women “without delay”. The 1950-53 Korean War was concluded only with a truce, not a peace treaty, leaving the combatants technically still at war, with the so-called demilitarized zone between them one of the Cold War’s most heavily fortified borders. Pak, the deputy head of the North’s agency to promote reunification, the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of the Fatherland, called for the past to be set aside.
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