Book Review: Escape from North Korea

A Korean-American Protestant minister named John Yoon was banned from entering China after police broke into an apartment he rented close to the Korean border and found 19 North Korean refugees hiding there. Back in Seattle, he wondered how to resume his work of helping the refugees escape. He came up with the idea of changing his name to Phillip Buck, obtained a new U.S. passport and returned to the city of Yanji, Jilin province, to resume his labors.

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