You might say that’s crazy, but if people understand freedom or know how people in other countries live, it is dangerous for the government”. In the week they would go on walks alongside the riverside and on the weekends they would go the cinema.
However, there was a limit to the intimacy of these dates.
I would go a lot in summertime, about twice a week, because it’s very hot so you want cold beer”.
Despite coming from a middle-class family, for the most part, he says other activities were out of reach due to costliness.
“South Koreans eat cake but that culture came from America, in North Korea there is no cake.
But we would have food, drinking and singing and dancing all night and getting drunk and the party wouldn’t stop until sunshine”.
When I was young a saw a couple having sex in the park”.Outside of office hours, Kang would then find ways to watch American and South Korean films under the radar of the authorities, watching everything from American action movies with Stephen Seigel to films with Jackie Chan and Bruce Lee.“You can be killed for watching American or South Korean films or dramas.The WJP Rule of Law Index is the most comprehensive index of its kind and the only to rely solely on primary data.The Index’s scores are built from the assessments of local residents (1,000 respondents per country) and local legal experts, ensuring that the findings reflect the conditions experienced by the population, including marginalized sectors of society.