What Daily Life In North Korea Looks Like

Re-Education Camp

North Korea takes its prisoners to a re-education camp to try and make them "better" instead of punishing them. Either way, the camps still starve the inmates and force them to perform hard labor. During re-education training, prisoners are usually interrogated or tortured.


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