North Korean Life: inside and out

March 27, 11:30 a.m.-5 p.m. (Korean lunch will be provided.)
McShain Lounge in McCarthy Hall
Georgetown University
Washington, DC
RSVP and questions: [email protected] or 202-492-9631

Flyer here.

Have you ever imagined what life would be like living in the world’s most isolated country?  Moreover, have you wondered what it would be like to live as a North Korean under the ruling of Kim Jong-il?

Join us for a speedy synopsis of North Koreans life inside the reclusive country as well as a dialogue with two defectors about their escape and settlement in a new world beyond the reins of Kim Jong-il. Invest ONE afternoon and gain a fresh perspective of life inside North Korea.

For the detailed program and directions, please refer to the attachment.

This event is hosted by People for Successful Corean Reunification  and sponsored by Asian Studies Program at Georgetown University. PSCORE is a non-profit, non-religious, non-partisan NGO based in Seoul & Washington, DC. PSCORE strives for mutual understanding and harmony between the two Koreas and aims to provide a platform to discuss topics such as democratization, human rights and social issues. We hope to bridge the gap between South Korea, North Korea and the international community. We are not affiliated with any political organizations.

Read program flyer here.


3 Responses to “North Korean Life: inside and out”

  1. Matt Strum says:

    Are they going to post the audio and/or video? I would love to watch or listen to it.

  2. Neil (Cogsinister) says:

    Yeah +1 on that, its a bit far for me to travel all the way from the great White North….

  3. NKeconWatch says:

    They will be recording the event, but posting will depend on audio quality.