A North Korean defector put her life on the line to go back home to tell her Christian family that she accepted Jesus Christ as her Savior. And although she was arrested and imprisoned, she was able to escape.
In an interview published by World Watch Monitor, a North Korean woman, who is in her 40s and now living with her family in South Korea, detailed her life experiences, having fled to China after she graduated from high school, being kidnapped and sold as property to a Chinese farmer and being imprisoned in a North Korean labor camp.
The woman, referred to by the pseudonym Myoung-Hee, explained how she discovered over 40 years ago that her family was living secret lives as Christians. As North Korea ranks consistently as the top persecutor of Christians, Myoung-Hee learned the hard way that her family practiced Christianity.