North Korea Brainwashed Him to Hate Americans. Now He's Off to U.S.

North Korea Brainwashed Him to Hate Americans. Now He's Off to U.S.

Kim Seong Ryeol is one of around 30,000 North Koreans who have escaped their totalitarian regime and fled to South Korea.

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