Special Events'S ARCHIVE

  • October, November, and December look to be busy months for us at Justice for North Korea! Please take a look at some of our upcoming events! On Saturday, October 31, we will have a Street Campaign from 3:00pm to 5:30pm in Gwanghwamun Plaza (Gwanghwamun Station, Exit 5). We will meet outside of Exit 5, and then setup […]

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  • Are you curious about our activities? Check out our latest YouTube video at https://youtu.be/ckCo2zhdD1U

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  • On May 9, Justice for North Korea held a Fun Run Fundraiser to raise funds to rescue North Korean refugees. Participants wore our T-shirts, and walked or ran along the Han river from Ttukseom Resort station to Oksu station. We raised 241,000 won, and the first three people to reach the end received, as prizes, […]

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  • April and May look to be busy months for us at Justice for North Korea. Please take a look at some of our upcoming events! On April 11 and April 25, we will have Street Campaigns from 3:00pm to 5:30pm in Insadong (Anguk Station, exit 6). Go out of exit 6, walk straight until you see […]

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  • The official theatrical extended trailer for “While They Watched” is now available. This film is a retrospective documentary that looks back at the crimes against humanity perpetrated by the current North Korean regime on its own people that include: detention without charge, torture, public executions, and perhaps genocide. Justice for North Korea features prominently in […]

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  • A new year has begun, and this calls for a reflection on the year that has just ended. 2014 was a busy year for us at Justice for North Korea. Our Street Campaigns started on March 8 and continued until December 6, with a short break over the summer. Conducting eighteen campaigns, we raised awareness […]

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  • Who are we? What do we do? How can you get involved in our work? These questions and more are answered in our newest short documentary film. In this film, we discuss the crisis in North Korea, the role that China plays in prolonging this crisis, and what the international community can do to further […]

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  • Justice for North Korea is proud to be a part of the documentary “While They Watched”. This retrospective documentary looks back at the crimes against humanity perpetrated by the current North Korean regime on its own people that include: detention without charge, torture, public executions, and perhaps even genocide. This film follows the escape story […]

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  • Chinese President Xi Jinping’s recent visit to Seoul prompted Justice for North Korea and other concerned parties to protest the Chinese government’s policy of forcible repatriation of North Korean refugees. We reminded China that human rights issues take precedence over all conventions and economic agreements. With shouts and speeches, we pleaded with China to allow refugees safe passage through […]

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  • This past Friday, Justice for North Korea took part in the Jubilee International Prayer Convocation Rally at Sarang Church in Seoul. We held a smaller version of our Street Campaign, in order to raise awareness of the North Korean crisis and to protest the Chinese government’s brutal repatriation policy. We sold merchandise at the event in […]

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