Cha In-pyo, one of
“I don't want to think about my past,” Yoo Sang-jun told The Times. “I hope the film can help the world know about
Mr Yoo's wife and a son died in the North Korean famine of the late 1990s. In 1998 he escaped to China with his surviving son, Chul-min. In 2002 Chul-min set off from
Kim Tae-kyun, the director of the film, said that he felt a “deep sense of shame” as he researched the film, said that half of its proceeds would go to help fugitives from the North and urged South Koreans to take greater interest in the ongoing tragedy.
“It would be pertinent if
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