Trip to North Korea leads to a lifetime of regret
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Trip to North Korea leads to a lifetime of regret

Oh Kil-nam moved to North Korea in 1985 after he was promised medical care for his wife's condition. Instead, they were taken to an indoctrination camp. Oh was later granted political asylum on a trip to Germany, but has not seen his wife or daughters since. (Blaine Harden/The Washington Post)

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