North Koreans have no ounce of freedom, says Undercover journalist in Pyongyang
North Koreans are raised to be soldiers and "have no ounce of freedom", according to a journalist who lived undercover in Pyongyang.
"Their lives were completely mapped out according to the great leader," Suki Kim, who spent six months undercover in North Korea in 2011, told CNN on Saturday.
"To try to understand North Korea, it's basically a cult of the great leader," Kim told CNN.
"There's a building that exists for studying the great leader.