If they’re caught by the Chinese police, they face repatriation to North Korea and, at a minimum, time in a labor camp.
Safely out of China, the other two women, both called Kim, wanted to get to South Korea, but Suh had her heart set on a more ambitious destination: the United States, “the strongest country on Earth.” “I think my daughter is one lucky baby,” Suh said, sitting on the bed in a grimy room in Vientiane and looking at Ji-yeon as she slept, snoring lightly. But less sensationally, a steady if diminishing stream of North Koreans is making their way out, down through China, across to Laos, then into Thailand and eventually to South Korea.Their few possessions were in plastic shopping bags, save for the clothes drying on coat hangers dangling from the light fittings. Most are women from the northern provinces, considered down-and-out even by North Korean standards, and face an extremely precarious life in northeastern China.“There are some people who just want to look at your face, but the majority of them are there for their sexual desires,” Suh said, putting her head down so her long hair covered her cherubic face.“I felt so disgusting.” Together with two women from her village in northeastern China who were also doing chatting work, Suh fled over the summer.Register a free account today and try it out for yourself!
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Increased prices mean that some Chinese families are spending their entire life savings to buy a North Korean woman, and as a result the women are sometimes shackled inside the house.
But even if the women are allowed out and even after they learn some Chinese, venturing into the open is a risky business.
She made the heart-wrenching decision to leave her 5-year-old daughter with her Chinese husband.