Wednesday, October 31, 2018
6 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Friedman Hall 108
Dinner will be served
Join NKHOPE and Woorihana – a North Korean refugee advocacy group based in Seoul, South Korea – for a panel, where we invite three North Korean refugees to talk about their lives in North Korea, escape stories, resettlement in South Korea, and the refugee situation in China.
Woorihana was founded in 2013 by Se-Jun Park, who worked as a doctor in North Korea, and escaped North Korea due to the poor medical infrastructure for North Koreans. Woorihana now serves as a platform to educate people and raise awareness on the issue of North Korean human rights.
Sponsored by the Global Brown Center, the International Relations Program, and the Department of East Asian Studies