[YTN radio] Way of prisoners of war returning home … “I want to live a quiet world without ideological confrontation.”(kr)

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– Documentary <Return Home> …  homecoming of neutral POW
– put the long journey From Brazil, India, to South Koreal
– Destination of the film is to visit North Korea … So far, the feasibility is uncertain

read more(kr): http://radio.ytn.co.kr/program/?f=2&id=37682&s_mcd=0214&s_hcd=01

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[Hankyoreh] Return of 61 years…The Curious Case of the fate of the 15-year-old North Korean POW(kr)

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He had been conscripted North Korean army just in the 15-year-old.
And He had became the captive, just only one month.
He had gone to Brazil through India, not even South Korea nor North Korea.

He came to South Korea in the last month, as a hero of the movie “Return Home” that is depicting the process of finding a home.
“I want to step on hometown in my lifetime”

READ MORE(kr) : http://www.hani.co.kr/arti/society/society_general/703942.html

[Yonhapnews] The POW of Korean War who had Selected third country, Mr. Kim, “I would have waiting to step on my hometown”(kr)

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 “I’ll wait until the end. Because it is just my wish. That will take time because it can not be illegally. Nevertheless, I will wait. Until I return home.”
Mr.Kim(79)’s  voice were divided. He visited South Korea with the strong desire, he’ll step on the homeland in the north, the other side of the demilitarized zone.

read more(kr): http://www.yonhapnews.co.kr/bulletin/2015/08/10/0200000000AKR20150810143300005.HTML?input=1195m

[dynews]”I want to go home” … the life with ‘HAN’ of 76 POWs who chose the Neutal(kr)

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2015.05.31

“I would like to step on homeland…I want to see the grave of my parents and the the ruined church”

Mr. Kim(79) who is the Neutral Pow of the Korean War and live in Brazil’s western said in a video interview with the AP.

The Myeongbog Kim (79) family of the neutral Haeng war prisoner from said the Korean war lived in Brazil’s western part inland MatoGrosso CuiabxE in the image interview with AP at that time in this way.

Read more(kr): http://www.dynews.co.kr/news/articleView.html?idxno=261871

[Yonhapnews] “I want to go home” … the life with ‘HAN’ of 76 POWs who chose the Neutal.(kr)

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2015/05/30 20:22

Currently, the survivor is 11 people…
AP communication is try to illuminating the Kim’s life that  is going to home in 60 years.

“I would like to step on homeland…I want to see the grave of my parents and the the ruined church”

Mr. Kim(79) who is the Neutral Pow of the Korean War and live in Brazil’s western said in a video interview with the AP.

READ MORE(kr) : http://www.yonhapnews.co.kr/bulletin/2015/05/30/0200000000AKR20150530051900009.HTML?input=1195m

[The Japan Times] For aging North Korean ex-POWs, a final shot at going home

The Japan Times

MAY 31, 2015
After the Korean War ended in 1953, Kim Myeong Bok and 75 other North Korean prisoners of war detained in South Korea opted to live abroad rather than risk hostile welcomes in either half of their homeland. Now he wants to come home, though he may find little more than rejection and suspicion.

Read More: http://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2015/05/31/asia-pacific/for-aging-north-korean-ex-pows-a-final-shot-at-going-home/#.VYN_mPntmko

[South China Morning Post] “I’ve missed my parents a lot’: North Korean ex-POW who left for better life abroad yearns to visit homeland”

South China Morning Post

Saturday, 30 May, 2015, 11:25pm
After the Korean War ended in 1953, Kim Myeong Bok and 75 other North Korean prisoners of war detained in South Korea opted to live abroad rather than risk hostile welcomes in either half of their homeland. Now he wants to come home, though he may find little more than rejection and suspicion.

Read More: http://www.scmp.com/news/asia/article/1813290/ive-missed-my-parents-lot-north-korean-ex-pow-who-left-better-life-abroad

[The San Diego Union Tribune] North Korean ex-POWs hope to return home before they die

The San Diego Union Tribune

11:02 P.M.MAY 29, 2015
After the Korean War ended in 1953, Kim Myeong Bok and 75 other North Korean prisoners of war detained in South Korea opted to live abroad rather than risk hostile welcomes in either half of their homeland. Now he wants to come home, though he may find little more than rejection and suspicion.

Read More: http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2015/may/29/north-korean-ex-pows-who-left-homeland-hope-to/