In première gegaan op 4 dec. 2020
Shrouded in secrecy and notoriously cash-strapped the North Korean regime has resorted to running one of the world’s largest slaving operations – exploiting the profits to fulfill their own agenda. These bonded labourers can be found in Russia, China and dozens of other countries around the world – including EU member states. Featuring undercover footage and powerful testimonials, North Korea’s Secret Slaves: Dollar Heroes reveals the scale and brutality of the operation.
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13 dec. 2020
Hidden cameras expose Kim Jong-un’s clandestine weapon and drugs trade | 60 Minutes Australia
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30 mrt. 2021
Kim Jong-un: A European Leader for North Korea? | Secrets of a Supreme Leader | N. Korea Documentary
4 okt. 2021
He’s the world’s most enigmatic and dangerous dictator, cultivating an air of secrecy around himself and never giving interviews. But what do we really know about Supreme Leader and ’Rocket Man’, Kim Jung Un? Posing as tourists, we travelled to Pyongyang to experience life under his autocracy.
Born the third son, by Kim Jong II’s second wife, Kim Jong-un’s childhood remains somewhat mysterious. When he succeeded his father in 2011, many thought he was too young and weak to take power. They under-estimated him. He soon removed or executed all of the most powerful members of the regime. The most notorious ’elimination’ was the murder of his older half-brother, Kim Jong Nam, in Malaysia.
Back in Pyongyang, Kim Jong Un recently declared that he wants two million foreigners to visit the country each year. But the experience of American tourist and student, Otto Warmbier, is bound to put many off. After being arrested for stealing a propaganda poster and imprisoned for two years, Warmbier died shortly after being returned to America in a coma. According to rumours, he had also tried to access a forbidden floor in the hotel. All over Pyongyang – from the museum of American atrocities to leaders’ statutes in the main square – Kim Jong Un’s propaganda is omnipresent. At the age of 34 – in addition to his career as leader – Kim Jong-un has apparently already taken the time to author a dozen books.
All over the city, people are uniform, synchronised and smiling. But above all, subservient. At all times, North Korea remains a society under control.
Released in 2017.
Kim Jong-un: A European Leader for North Korea? | Secrets of a Supreme Leader | N. Korea Documentary – Blog
10 jul. 2020
1 The REAL North Korea: reporter gives shocking insight into daily life | 60 Minutes Australia
26 mrt. 2021
After months of negotiations, Nine News correspondent Tom Steinfort was given rare permission to travel to North Korea. There he worryingly discovered a country whose people are ready for conflict, and bizarrely, almost gleeful that a consequence of it could be the end of the world.
2 The REAL North Korea: reporter gives shocking insight into daily life | 60 Minutes Australia
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US student Otto Warmbier was sentenced to 15 years in a North Korean labor camp in 2016. Warmbier was released the following year, but he died of brain damage shortly after his return to the United States. Was he really the victim of torture?
Otto Warmbier was sentenced to 15 years hard labor in 2016 after being convicted of attempting to steal a propaganda poster during a trip to Pyongyang. Just over a year on he was dead, having been sent home to the US in a vegetative state. US President Donald Trump tweeted that he had been “tortured beyond belief ” in North Korea. The US president blamed both the North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and the Obama administration for Warmbier’s death – and Trump appeared before the media with the student’s parents. This was at the peak of the North Korean missile crisis. Later, as relations between Trump and Kim Jong Un became warmer, the US president changed his tune. In 2019 Trump said that he believed that Kim did not know what happened to the US student much to the consternation of Warmbier’s parents.
What really happened to Otto Warmbier in North Korea? Veteran foreign correspondent Klaus Scherer sets out to try to find out. In the documentary, Scherer interviews a number of people with knowledge of the case who have been largely unheard up to now. He shows that a US court investigating a liability case against North Korea brought by Warmbier’s parents also ignored important witnesses, who continue to cast doubt on the torture allegations. These include the coroner in Cincinnati who examined Warmbier’s body. She believes that the account given by North Korean doctors is credible. They claim that Warmbier had inadvertently been given too high a dose of sedatives by prison staff. This, the medics say was the cause of his state of unresponsive wakefulness. Could Trump’s initial torture charges simply have been motivated by political opportunism?
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1 okt. 2020
7 Kim’s Cash Flow: The Brutal Money System of North Korea | ENDEVR Documentary
27 nov 2022
Kim’s Cash Flow: The Brutal Money System of North Korea | Bureau 39 | ENDEVR Documentary
How is it possible that North Korea, one of the poorest countries on earth finances a nuclear weapons programme large enough to challenge the USA? The answer: Bureau 39, a legendary organization nestled deep inside the government apparatus. Its aim is to procure foreign exchange by any means possible to provide Kim Jong-un’s regime with money.
Printing dollars, dealing drugs, smuggling arms, insurance fraud, human trafficking – nothing is too unscrupulous for North Korea’s money makers.
Years of research have given us unique access to insiders. They reveal the most spectacular cases and breath-taking tricks of how North Korea has been circumventing UN sanctions to finance its nuclear arsenal for decades.
17 jan. 2019
23 sep. 2019
Uncover hard truths in the underbelly of Asia.
Fishing ships from North Korea, discovered with dead bodies onboard, have been washing up on Japan’s shores. We investigate why there has been a spike in the number of these “ghost ships”.
12 dec. 2019
A growing number of North Korean fishing boats are washing up on the shores of Japan.
Sometimes there are survivors but often they carry a tragic cargo of corpses from the so-called “Hermit Kingdom”.
Shizuo Sato recalls the day he made a grim discovery on Japan’s west coast.
“We’ve known of many ghost ships found in this area,” he says. “We all thought that if it’s a dead body, it must be a North Korean.”
These mysterious “ghost ships” are a diplomatic, logistical and financial nightmare for Japan, costing millions of dollars in police investigations, clean-up operations and repatriation of survivors and human remains.
In December 2017, eight North Korean fishermen washed up dead on Japan’s Oga peninsula.
The remains of the fishermen are still in limbo. For now, they are being kept at a temple by a local monk, Ryosen Kojima.
“The eight bodies were cremated and the ashes are temporarily kept here,” says Ryosen. “I imagine the crews died with unimaginable fear.”
While analysts debate what the ghost ships may reveal about the secretive nation, in Japan, the shipwrecks remind some of a dark past when North Korean spies abducted Japanese citizens.
“We’ve been warned not to get too close to North Korean ships, as they might do something bad to us,” says Ken Honma, a fisherman who spends nine months of each year in a fishing zone about 500 kilometres (311 miles) from the North Korean port city of Chongjin.
101 East investigates North Korea’s ghost ships.
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North Korean leader Kim Jong-il’s love of film is well-documented, but few outsiders know that he is revered as a genius of cinema by his own people.
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I’m just back from North Korea – this is what it’s like. Imagine living like you were on a movie set. Welcome to Pyongyang, the capital of North Korea. Imagine having to wake up everyday of your life and perform like you are on a movie set and if you don’t – it could mean death?
This is real life North Korea today. I travelled to North Korea and filmed this so you can see what it’s like.
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Some of this footage is secretly filmed.
You’ll get an idea of what it is like to travel to the most isolated country in the world. Visiting many places, including the capital Pyongyang and the poor countryside.
Please do not judge the North Korean people in this video. It is impossible to make a fully balanced view of the country by traveling there – on a controlled guided tour. This video is simply presented to give you an indication of my travel experience and my thoughts after returning.
North Korea is a unique, if not slightly weird experience. It was safer than many countries I’ve visited. Hopefully, this will give you another perspective on the DPRK.
Thanks for watching.
All music is from the production website www.epidemicsound.com
Opening sequence – “Oh The Humanity” Gavin Luke
Kim Il Sung Square Dots: “In It To Win It” Gunnar Johnsen
Contiki Travel: “Drone Alone” Stefan Netsman
CCTV Cameras: “Artificial Dreams” Gavin Luke
Yanggakdo Hotel Arrival: “Contraband” Christian Nanzell
Subway Arrival: “Cardboard Suit” Niklas Ahlstrom
Subway Trip: “Yeah Cool” Martin Veida
Wide Motorways: “Airport Action” Gunnar Johnsen
Chopper Flight: “Air 16” Gunnar Johnsen
End Credits: “Either Or” Kata feat. Filip Le Force
21 jan. 2015
4 dec. 2019
North Korea Vlog Episode 1. The lies and truth about Kim Jong-un. See the Real Life in North Korea in my documentary. Are you planning to travel to North Korea? Is it one of the most dangerous countries in the world? In this episode my first visit of North Korea.
Going into this country you must torn all the US labels off and you must register every gadget with the police, which checks all your files by the way. This is the country where villagers drive cars that run on wood and general population dreams of visiting countries like GDR and Czechoslovakia that are non existent for over 30 years now.
This is the country where newspapers write that their Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un can predict the weather. This is the country where you will get a life imprisonment for removing ideology slogans from house walls.
In the first episode eou will see what is North Korea like, how people live in North Korea, first impressions of North Korea, and what difficulties you will face while North Korea travel.
“The People” is Anton Lyadov travel vblog. Anton visits the most uncommon and dangerous places in the world.
7 sep. 2016
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29 dec. 2017
Few tourists manage to peek behind the iron curtain of North Korea’s dictatorship. But the journalist Luca Faccio managed to visit Kim Jong Un’s regime.
Anyone venturing behind the world’s last Iron Curtain into North Korea will experience a very different country to the one we know only through the usual images of rocket launches and mass rallies. The country is ruled by the dictator Kim Jong Un, whom the people worship – or are made to worship – as a god-like father figure. Little is known about daily life in North Korea, because all images that reach the outside world have been censored by the government. Visitors rarely see evidence of oppression, enforced conformity and starvation in the rural population. Still, journalist Luca Faccio is able to offer some interesting insights into the isolated country – although, of course, government watchdogs are on his heels everywhere he goes.
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32 We had to LIE to make this video! (myths and legends, DPRK vlog, mass games, pyongyang)
17 dec. 2018
THIS VIDEO SHOWS ONLY ONLY ONLY WHAT YOU CAN SEE ON A NORMAL TOURIST TOUR IN PYONGYANG!!!
BEFORE leaving aggressive comments, please WATCH the DISCLAIMER: https://youtu.be/vDJU8PG_3oc
This video is NOT meant to be a propaganda for the actual regime of the DPRK.
We are NOT communists, nor journalists, we don’t make politics and we just show what a normal tourist can see there!!
Due to the contracts we had to sign we could NOT tell anything about the bad things anyone of you might think happen in this country. Which, even if it might be true, we obviously could not see and therefore confirm.
PLEASE RESTRAIN YOURSELF FROM leaving incriminating comments or accusing us of anything!! DPRK is a heavily controlled country and one can not film or go anywhere he wants. This is all what we could and were allowed to film.
Thank you for watching and respecting our work!
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UPDATE – Een jaar nadat ik Noord Korea heb bezocht, reisde ik naar Zuid Korea en heb een video vergelijking gemaakt van beide landen.
Bekijk het hier: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AJUSI…
Ik was altijd al geïnteresseerd in Noord Korea omdat het een van de meest uniek en mysterieuze landen is van de gehele wereld. Zo ziet mijn dag tot dag leven uit gedurende de 7 dagen verblijf in Noord Korea. Je kunt niet objectief beoordelen of dingen in scene is gezet of niet omdat zij alleen die plekken je laat zien die ze graag willen laten zien. Je mag niet eens aangeven waar je naar toe wilt gaan of wanneer. Zij vertellen je gewoon dat je in de bus moet stappen en vragen je op de locatie weer uit te stappen.
Daarom geef ik geen mening over of iets in scene is gezet of niet, wanneer en of ze juist of fout zijn, eerlijk of juist niet eerlijk zijn. Mijn doel was om het degelijks leven te bekijken en laat jou zelf de conclusie trekken en beoordelen.
Beoordeel Noord Korea niet uitsluitend van wat je hebt gezien in deze video. Dit is was zijn ons hebben laten zien en er zullen redenen zijn waarom ze iets wel en niet laten zien. En zo ook, hoe zij de mensen onder controle houden, kan slecht voor ons in scene zijn gezet.
Mijn favoriete boeken over Noord Korea zijn:
Dear Leader by Jang Jin Sung – http://amzn.to/2vEkrrE;
Escape From Camp 14 by Blaine Harden – http://amzn.to/2vEz6U1;
Nothing To Envy by Barbara Demick – http://amzn.to/2vzieiI;
1984 by George Orwell (I couldn’t believe how similar some things in North Korea looked to the ones in the book) – http://amzn.to/2vE92s8
Video’s over Noord Korea:
10 Days in North Korea Documentary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5xs–…
Escape From North Korea TED Talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PdxPC…
19 mrt. 2018
8 jan. 2018
Top 10 Ridiculous Facts About North Korea
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The Democratic People’s Public of Korea sure can be an interesting place. From fake towns, to unicorn lairs, to their own version of Godzilla, North Korea is the source of lots of strange trivia. WatchMojo counts down 10 insane facts about North Korea.
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#10. They Built a Fake Town
#9. The Discovery of a Unicorn Lair
#8. Kim Jongil’s Cognac Budget
#7. Your Birthday Isn’t Always the Day You Were Born
#6. They Have Their Own Godzilla
#5. Fake Football Fans
#4. They Seem to Really Like Accordions
#3, #2, #1???
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What does Kim Jong Un live like? What does he do on daily basis?
Even though it has been 7 years since he assumed power, Kim Jong-un remains an enigmatic figure. In North Korea, he is revered as almost godlike thanks to the state ideology of juche. That’s what we’ll find out, in this episode of The Infographics Show, “What Kim Jong-un does in his daily life.”
Because North Korea is a closed society, information about Kim Jong-un’s whereabouts is tightly controlled. What we know about his daily life is pieced together from North Korea’s state-run media and from accounts of people who know him personally. Some aspects of his life are kept secret, but others have been widely publicized.
As the “Supreme Leader” of North Korea, Kim Jong-un must devote part of his day to running his country. Nearly every day, he makes official visits to places throughout North Korea, including factories, farms, and construction sites. Reports of these visits are posted online in a special “Supreme Leader Activities” section of Rodong Sinmun, the state newspaper of North Korea.
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9 jan. 2017
View North Korea’s tomorrow! North Korea’s provocations, which vary from time to time, are receiving worldwide attention. In particular, when Kim Jong Eun took power, he broke the precedent of the past ten years of nuclear experiments and carried out two nuclear tests in 2016. Even under the intense pressure of the international community, he relentlessly continues on!
Trump, the president elect of the US, ranted and joked towards Kim Jung Eun! Moving past the Obama administration, which is considered passive, what kind of North Korea policy will unfold? Experts say that North Korea is awaiting Trump’s actions. If Trump has a hostile policy toward North Korea Kim Jong Eun wants to be assured of his safety. Will Kim Jong-eun, who is making efforts to sustain economic development, be able to meet with Trump?
“If the meetings between Trump and Kim Jong-un is held, it will bring about a big change in the dynamics of the Korean peninsula”
Despite the United Nations Security Council’s strong and comprehensive sanctions against North Korea, Sino-DPRK trade has continued to increase. What is the reality of the North Korean trade that the Arirang staff members learned by visiting Dandong, China, the city in which Over 70% of Sino-DPRK trade is carried out?
The reality of North Korean soldiers witnessed on the banks of the Yalu River! North Koreans struggling to live under a social system concentrated on nuclear development! In particular, as Kim Jong Eun took power, the punishment for North Korean refugees became even more severe. What will happen to China’s policy toward North Korea in 2017?
“Even within China, the assessment of North Korea is changing.
North Korea is no longer a strategic asset of China! It’s a strategic burden.”
The story of peace on the Korean peninsula, international politics and prospects of North Korea in 2017 by thirty experts on politics, economics, nuclear, and human rights begins.
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9 mrt. 2018
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As Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump surprise the world by agreeing to a historic meeting, we met with North Koreans who have fled the Pyongyang regime. Every year, hundreds of them risk their lives by fleeing the dictatorship. For more than a year, we followed two young women on their voyage to South Korea. They passed through China, then Laos, before finally reaching the safety of the South. FRANCE 24 brings you the story of their risky journey to freedom.
Every year, hundreds of North Koreans risk their lives in a bid to reach China. In the far north on the Chinese border, those who aspire to freedom must attempt to swim through the freezing waters of the Yalu and Tumen rivers to reach the other side. But the few North Koreans who do manage to reach China are soon disappointed.
We followed 23-year-old Mina and 25-year-old Sung Hee for over a year. On arrival in China, they were sold by traffickers and forced into marriage with Chinese peasants. After several years of a miserable existence in a rural province, the two young women decided to flee to South Korea.
►► Reporters: Millions of single Chinese men desperately seeking a wife
We meet them in Beijing, where they are chaperoned by Kim, another North Korean refugee, who fled the Pyongyang regime in 1999. A South Korean NGO provides them with fake ID documents.
The young women embark on a 4,000 kilometre-long journey by train, bus, car and on foot. The long road to South Korea involves travelling across China to reach Laos, south of the border. Throughout the risky voyage, lasting several days, the two fugitives are terrified they won’t make it to safety.
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This is a film about a traveller in the strange land called North Korea or officially the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK).
Tours to the DPRK are tightly scheduled and normally include a visit to the demilitarised zone, museums and statues to Kim Il-Sung and Kim Jong-Il, Pyongyang’s amusements parks, chandelier-laden metro system and showcase entertainment facilities such as the Circus and the SchoolChildren’s Palace. In addition to these, I took a flightseeing flight on a Mi-17 helicopter over the DPRK’s capital city of Pyongyang. As well, as my tour was an extended one, it also went the northeast of the DPRK to the tri-country area around the Rason Special Economic Zone where the DPRK, China and Russia conjoin.
The cult of the Kims is perhaps the most extraordinary feature of the DPRK. Images or statues of Kim Il-Sung and Kim Jong-Il are found everywhere. These graven images are effectively worshipped. This film shows scenes of the veneration of the Kims (Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il) that were witnessed.
The government guides control both what you can see and also what you can take photographs of. If you take a photograph of the military, construction or something that they feel does not portray the DPRK in a positive light then they force you to delete the photograph. On exiting the country, the border guards also reviewed photographs to see if they conformed to the aforementioned standards. Despite these restrictions, this film contains images that accurately portray the state of the country as I saw it.
— Table of Contents —
00:08 Overview of trip to North Korea (DPRK)
00:52 Beijing International Airport
01:40 Air Koryo to Pyongyang
02:31 US Navy visits the DPRK too
02:49 Pyongyang International Airport
03:13 Traffic policewoman directing traffic
04:09 Map of Pyongyang
04:19 pollution in Pyongyang
05:50 Chollima (mythical flying horse)
06:07 Arch of Triumph
07:04 Traffic policewoman in traffic
08:01 trolley bus ride
09:14 Pyongyang Metro System
11:56 Yanggakdo Hotel
13:19 6AM city wakeup call for Pyongyang
14:12 stockpiling gravel for construction
15:17 women encouraging hard work
16:07 Monument to Party Founding
16:39 Victorious War Museum (Korean War)
21:22 May Day in Moran Hill Park
21:53 Kaeson Youth Park
22:25 Mangyongdae Funfair
24:04 propaganda in Pyongyang
24:35 Mangyongdae Children’s Palace
27:09 helicopter fightseeing over Pyongyang
30:07 Pyongyang Circus Theatre
32:43 Juche Tower
33:30 Kim Il Sung Square
34:20 Grand People’s Study House
35:10 traffic policewoman
35:58 Jang Chon Model Cooperative Farm
37:29 luxury department store
37:58 peasants ploughing with oxen
39:22 Veneration of the giant Kim statues
43:18 Pyongyang at night
45:10 Mirae (Future) Scientists Street
45:48 Science and Technology Centre
47:14 View out over Pyongyang
48:05 Reunification Highway to Demilitarized Zone (DMZ)
49:59 Demilitarized Zone (DMZ)
59:00 Tomb of King Kongmin
1:01:10 Sokdamgugok (Sokdam Ravine)
1:03:30 Suyangsan Falls
1:06:50 Mt. Jongbang
1:08:33 village visit
1:09:37 model pig farm
1:11:00 Mt. Kuwol
1:09:42 Sinchon Massacre Museum
1:12:40 West Sea Barrage
1:15:32 Arch of Reunification
1:15:48 north to Myohyangsan (International Friendship Exhibition)
1:18:06 International Friendship Exhibition
1:19:42 Pohyon-sa Korean Buddhist temple
1:21:01 Flying to Rason Special Economic Zone
1:21:22 Ilyushin IL-18 (1968) to Orang
1:22:15 Yombun Revolutionary Site
1:23:12 mushroom farm
1:24:32 Chongjin Russian War Cemetary
1:24:41 Chongjin – veneration of giant Kim statues
1:26:09 Chongjin – school visits
1:27:43 Rason area
1:29:29 Pipha Island
1:29:50 shellfish diver
1:30:23 Rajin garment factory
1:30:56 Port of Rajin
1:31:48 Tri-country region (DPRK-China-Russia)
1:32:27 train to Russia via the Friendship Bridge
18 apr. 2021
In première gegaan op 5 mrt 2020
11 jul 2022
How Kim Jong Un Spends His Billions
Despite being a leader of a socialist country like North Korea, Kim Jong Un surely knows how to live large. International experts have estimated that the “dear leader” has approximately 5 billion dollars in foreign bank accounts. However, these are just the accounts various intelligence agencies have found, while rumors spread that his fortune may as well be north of 100 billion. Whatever the exact sum is, Kim Jong Un lives one astonishingly lavish life, and although many of his subjects are constantly starving, the North Korean leader doesn’t shy away from flashing his wealth. Care to learn more about Kim’s ultra-luxurious lifestyle? Well, let’s dive right in.
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4:34 Private Jet
6:13 Personal Train
7:27 Private Island
8:41 Expensive Alcohol
9:40 Expensive Dining
10:43 Floating Restaurant
11:38 Ski Resort
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63 How Bad Is Life In North Korea? – North Korea: Desperate Or Deceptive – Politics Documentary
1 okt 2020
Himel takes an unprecedented tour of hospitals and schools that lack the fundamental basics to provide health care and education and meets a man who escaped from the Gulag to South Korea. The documentary features candid interviews with doctors, teachers, principals and students who talk openly about the terrible problems. The documentary also takes a rare look into the arts and discovers a much more human side of North Korean life. But is North Korea changing out of desperation or deception? While burdened economically, its Gulag prison camps still flourish. It is also arming with nuclear weapons.
2 apr. 2011
Girl at change office runs away at the back of a golf kart as people try to change their money. A presentation of the Just For Laughs Gags. The funny hidden camera pranks show for the whole family. Juste pour rire les gags, l’émission de caméra caché la plus comique de la télé!