Field Trip DMZ

May 1, 2009 at 2:12 am Leave a comment

To respond to the blog:

From this article, I found very surprising that there are still North Koreans sneaking into South Korea. The North Koreans who came into South Korea must of had a cultural shock when they came since they have been living in a communist country that have been isolated for the past century. However, I don’t think it’s right for those North Korean children to leave their parents behind in order to be free from the hands of the ruler of their country, Kim Jong Il.  It’s good though that the South Korean government is supporting these helpless North Korean children to adapt to a “free” country and experience all sorts of cultures.  The DMZ has,  maybe, be a pain for these students because it rips apart the children’s family and cause conflicts with the North Korean government.

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