A North Korean defender who calls himself a “victim of brainwashing education” explained what “shocked” him the most when he first went to American soil.
Kim Geum-Hyuk spoke on the YouTube channel, “DIMPLE”, which shares stories and videos involving North Korea, earlier this month. He grew up in the Hermit Kingdom and went to college in Pyongyang before becoming defective.
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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”; stray dogs “or” wolves “described as” people who torture and kill “in North Korean education. which he found to be “completely wrong”.
“[Americans are] so beautiful, funny and open to anything, “shared Kim.” I was very surprised when I first went to California. “What I learned in North Korea was an image of American coldness and wickedness.”
He said he was walking in the morning and a man running saying “hi” and he began to realize that “everyone actually said ‘hi’ on the street” and that it was part of American culture.
“So there are Mexicans, Chinese, Koreans … So a lot of people make up a community,” he said. “I was so surprised by the variety.”
And America’s landscape was stunning for Kim too, who said visiting the Grand Canyon felt like going to Mars and he was amazed at how big Texas was. He added that he was surprised that there was no public transportation in California and he stressed that “subways in New York City are really bad and smelly.”
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Because of what the North Korean media reported, he said he was led to believe that Iraq would win the 2003 Iraq War.
“I was like, ‘Iraq is amazing, they will win,'” he said. And I found that America erased them all within 57 days. “So I fixed my thoughts.”
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On a lighter note, he said the US is a place where you “can gain weight”, noting that he put on almost 10 pounds during his visit.
Kim is working to bring freedom to his homeland as an ambassador of peace for a New World. He is studying political science and diplomacy at Korea University.