Kaechon Gulag No. 14
Today 3:00 am – 11:00 pm
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South Pyongan North Korea
KPSouth Pyongan
PrisonToday 3:00 am – 11:00 pm
Monday 3:00 am – 11:00 pmTuesday 3:00 am – 11:00 pmWednesday 3:00 am – 11:00 pmThursday 3:00 am – 11:00 pmFriday 3:00 am – 11:00 pmSaturday 3:00 am – 11:00 pmSunday 3:00 am – 11:00 pm
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matt judd
a month ago
Experience wasn't great, breakfast was lacking in flavour, diversity and was cold. staff were very rude and i wouldn't stay again, overall not a very good experience for the family, wouldn't stay again.
Veli-Pekka Naumanen
a year ago
I agree that there is no humor in this camp. I just red a book about a man called Chin who was the first human born in a North Korean labour camp that was able to escape. He was born in this camp nr 14. This place is worse than Nazis could come up with. In this camp you are tourtured for ever instead of killing instantly. These camps have been operating for over 50 years and there is no end in sight. There are about 200.000 people in these camps and the number is crowing. People may be sent to a labor camp for life just because some relative has wrong political views. There are children who have born there like Chin. They haven't done nothing wrong but they have to "pay for the sins of their relatives". The children crow without knowing anything about the world outside the camp like Chin in the book and their fysical and mental crowth suffers in many ways because they live in constant hunger and undernutrition. He had never heard about TV or that there is a country called South Korea or any other country but the evil America. They do heavy work eating only cabbage and cornflower day after day (really nothing else and no meat) and suffering constant hunger pains and other repercussions. They are beaten, raped, shot and tortured for the smallest reasons. For example once at camp school (not the kind of school we know although they learned to read and write and to add and subtract, but not multiplication or division or any other subjects) Chin's classmate, a 6 year old girl was beaten to death with a pointer by the teacher for having a grain of corn in the pocket. Children often picked up corn from cattle droppings to get more food. Also other children had to beat their classmates if they were ordered to be punished. At 13 Chin was interogated and tortured hanging over a fire. He struggled to get away from the fire, so the guard took a meat hook and pierced his belly to hold him down. The severe burns were not treated. He was just thrown in the cell. The camp is on mountanous area where winters are freezing. Everybody sleeps on concrete floors (no matresses). Even children have to work in coal mines and they have to push railway wagons up the cave to ground level. Imagine yourself living your whole life in those conditions without any hope of a better life ! I just cannot laugh about this. Any ideas how to put an end to this regime??
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North corean's government isn' human Read the book "Escape from camp 14".
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