Prison Memoirs of a North Korean Women
On October 26, 1986, Soon Ok Lee was enjoying a peaceful morning at work in Communist North Korea when her misery began. As supervisor of the material distribution center, she was summoned outside to speak to the bureau chief, but was quickly shoved into a car and whisked away to the train station. She did not go to her family that night. In fact, she would not see her husband alive again. Instead, she was taken to prison where she endured six years of inhumane treatment.
Soon Ok Lee learned that her “crime” was refusing to satisfy the greed of a government officer. While in prison, she witnessed the horrendous tortures and mass killings of Christians, and could not understand why they stubbornly refused to bend to the government’s demands that they deny their faith.
A must-read for anyone interested inside the North Korean prison system, and the modern day equivalent of the Holocaust.
For further NOTES See also the BACK of the book!
|Author:||Soon Ok Lee|