The North Korean defect, which calls itself a “victim of brainwashing education,” explained that it “shocked” him the most when he first set foot on American soil.
Kim Geum-Huck spoke on the YouTube channel “DIMPLE”, which shares stories and videos featuring North Koreans earlier this month. He grew up in the Hermit Kingdom and went to college in Pyongyang before winning.
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“They taught us to fight [Americans] to the end, “said Kim, who now lives in Seoul, South Korea, adding that Americans are considered”; street dogs “or” wolves “portrayed as” people who torture and kill “in the North Korean education he acknowledged. wrong”.
“[Americans are] so nice, cheerful and open to anything, – shared Kim. – I was so surprised when I first went to California. What I was taught in North Korea was a reflection of the cold-bloodedness and anger of the Americans. “
He said he was leaving in the morning and the man was running, saying “hello,” and he began to realize that “everyone was actually saying ‘hello’ on the street,” and that it was part of American culture.
“Yes, there are Mexicans, Chinese, Koreans … So many people made up one community,” he said. “I was just so surprised by the diversity.”
And the landscape of America was stunning for Kim, who said that while visiting the Grand Canyon, he felt like he was going to Mars, and was amazed at how big Texas was. He added that he was surprised that there was no public transportation in California, and noted that “the subway in New York is really bad and stinks.”
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He was quoted by North Korean media as saying he believed Iraq was going to win the Iraq war in 2003.
“I was like, ‘Iraq is amazing, they’re going to win,'” he said, “and I learned that America destroyed them all in 57 days. So I corrected my thoughts.”
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To put it mildly, he said that the United States is a place where you can “gain weight”, noting that he gave almost 10 pounds during his visit.
Kim is working to bring freedom to his home country as a world ambassador to the United World. He studies political science and diplomacy at a Korean university.