Wednesday, December 12, 2007

[The Chosun Ilbo, December 4 2007] Video Reunions to Prove Nice Little Earner for N.Korea

The Unification Ministry reportedly agreed to supply North Korea with all cameras, editing equipment and even vehicles to facilitate the exchange of video letters between families separated by the Korean War, on top of paying the North US$1,000 per video, it emerged Tuesday. The amount is 17 times the average monthly pay ($60) for a North Korean worker in the Kaesong Industrial Complex.

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