The Diplomat: Interview: Suki Kim

withoutyouAuthor Suki Kim speaks with The Diplomat about the six months she spent teaching English to the sons of North Korea’s elites.

In December 2011, when the announcement that Kim Jung-il had died was made, Suki Kim was packing her bags outside of Pyongyang. After six months teaching English at North Korea’s only privately-funded university, she was heading back into the free world. The Diplomat’s Catherine Putz recently had a chance to talk with Suki Kim, author of Without You, There Is No Us; My Time with the Sons of North Korea’s Elites, about the memoir she went to North Korea to write.

Read the interview in Issue 2 of The Diplomat Magazine.

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