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Telling Kim Jong Un's 'secrets'

SEOUL — If North Korea's government had its way, the world would know nothing about what really happens within the country's borders. Journalism is essentially forbidden. Those who dare ask hard questions do so at the risk of torture and imprisonment. News nonetheless gets out, ranging from the hermit kingdom's quirky fashion crazes to controversial policy measures that may threaten dictator Kim Jong Un's rule.  

North Korean defectors get their own TV show in South Korea

North Korean defectors get their own television show in South Korea.

On Location Video: A North Korean Defector's Story

After traveling 6,000 miles across Asia, Ji Seong Ho and his brother try to build a life in a very different country.

On Location Video: A North Korean Defector's Story

After traveling 6,000 miles across Asia, Ji Seong Ho and his brother try to build a life in a very different country.

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