Son of Abductee Presses the North

January 5, 2013:  … Hwang gathered as much information as he could and met the survivors.  “Although Korean society has forgotten the incident, I live that day everyday.”

One survivor, Park Myeong-won, told Hwang about how he met Hwang’s father in the North.

“He refuted the communist theories during the ideology education session we got. He didn’t quail at the threat that they would kill him. On New Year’s Day, 1970, Hwang Won sang a song: ‘I Want to Go to My Homeland in the South.’ The warden yelled and took him out. I never saw him after that.” Continue reading at Korea JoongAng Daily.




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