Yeonmi Park at twitter.com has become very famous withher speech that shed light on her country. She has written a book that is available at bookstores and online. Amazon has the book for sale and it could be downloaded as an eBook as well. One can also go to the nearest bookstore and buy it. This book goes into the journey that Yeonmi Park went on in order to break free from an oppressive government. Even though she broke free, her trials have not ended as of yet.
The book is the unflinching truth of the regime as experienced by Yeonmi Park in theguardian.com. She presents readers of the truth of what she went through in an objective manner. She does not try to demonize anyone or present herself as the completely innocent angel. She is more interested in telling the truth and letting people decide for themselves what their response is going to be.
With the release of her book, the North Korean government is turning all of its attention on Yeonmi and other defectors. Their most used method is to discredit them. They put together documents and videos for Yeonmi and other defectors that try to tell people that the defectors are lying. They use anything they can to make Yeonmi and other defectors out to be liars.
Meanwhile, Yeonmi Park is looking to get education on justice so that she can become an effective activist for human rights. She is very passionate about learning human rights and figuring out a clear line to draw. Yeonmi also appears in front of schools and at events in order to make a speech that shed light on the regime that North Korea is under. As she reveals, the conditions of North Korea are very bleak.
As for the ruler of North Korea, Kim Jong-Un has to face the exposure of who he is. However, he is likely going to just tighten his control over North Koreans. He has recently executed quite a few people for watching media that was forbidden in North Korea. This is quite an extreme measure to take for something so small.
Yeonmi Park is a young human rights activist and victim of the brutal dictatorship of the North Korean regime. She was fortunate enough to defect from North Korea but not before the regime left its mark on her and her entire family. She made her world stage debut in Dublin, Ireland at a summit on human rights where she told an emotional and graphic story about life in North Korea and her escape with her family. Yeonmi Park also detailed her experiences at the hands of human traffickers that were supposed to be helping her and her mother, and it is important to her the world knows about the terrible practice of human trafficking as well. Yeonmi Park came from a well-off family in North Korea. Her father and all of the men in her family were members of the Worker Party, and they were high ranking, especially her father. Although they were considered wealthy by North Korean standards, her father was very critical of North Korea. North Korea is known for its brain washing techniques and powerful propaganda, and it is also known for blaming all of its problems on other nations. Her father was always quick to point out that all of the nation’s problems were due to the regime’s leader at the time, Kim Jong Il. Yeonmi Park’s mother was always quick to hush her husband because paranoia was common in North Korea. Yeonmi Park has even stated when she was young she believed the leader could read her thoughts. When the famine hit, her father likely knew it was coming, and he began to illegally smuggle food in from China by trading precious metals. This was illegal in North Korea, but he really had no choice. At the time, Yeonmi Park recalls people having to eat grass and bugs to keep from starving to death, and there are even rumors today of cannibalism being a common practice during the famine. Her father was eventually caught, and he was sentenced to a brutal labor camp with his family. It was eventually decided they would have to escape and defect. The only way to defect to South Korea is to escape through China, go down through the Mongolian Gobi Dessert and then reach the South Korean embassy. There is no way to cross directly from North Korea to South Korea. Yeonmi Park’s sister fled first, followed by her and her mother and her father left last due to his health. The journey that followed was traumatizing for Yeonmi Park. Her father later met up with her and her mother, but he died from stomach cancer during the trek. She was forced to dispose of his remains in the middle of the night. She also witnessed her mother raped repeatedly at the hands of human traffickers. Eventually, Yeonmi Park and her mother made it South Korea. Five years after they made it, she was reunited with her sister. Soon, Yeonmi Park will be releasing a book that tells her tale. It is intended to clear up any confusion about her recounts.