"In North Korea, I was taught that our leader Kim Il-sung was a god.
You were taught to put him before your own parents," she said.
"North Korea is a not a state, it's a cult."In the 1970s the regime quickly noticed the teenager because of her sharp intelligence, beauty and her ability to speak Japanese. They were from the central party and told me I'd been chosen," she said.
As the Korean peninsula teeters on the brink of war, North Korea's former top female spy has revealed details of the state's most deadly terrorist attack.
But with a smartphone in hand, their communication keeps changing. They can watch, create, and share video — preferably live video.
Not only is it authentic and spontaneous, but it’s also the closest thing to hanging out in person.
On the other hand, if someone rubs you the wrong way you can jump immediately to the next conversation.
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