North Korean defector Kwon Hyo-jin, who served seven years in Chongori prison, has produced a series of drawings illustrating life in the camp. The caption for the above work translates as, “Even the blind and the lame have to do labour. Anyone who attempts to help them is entitled to a punishment. The handicapped man cries out, ‘Log, let’s move.’” Artwork: Kwon Hyo-jin North Korean defector Kwon Hyo-jin, who served seven years in Chongori prison, has produced a series of drawings illustrating life in the camp. The caption for the above work translates as, “Even the blind and the lame have to do labour. Anyone who attempts to help them is entitled to a punishment. The handicapped man cries out, ‘Log, let’s move.’” Artwork: Kwon Hyo-jin
North Korean defector Kwon Hyo-jin, who served seven years in Chongori prison, has produced a series of drawings illustrating life in the camp. The caption for the above work translates as, “Even the blind and the lame have to do labour. Anyone who attempts to help them is entitled to a punishment. The handicapped man cries out, ‘Log, let’s move.’” Artwork: Kwon Hyo-jin

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North Korean defector Kwon Hyo-jin, who served seven years in Chongori prison, has produced a series of drawings illustrating life in the camp. The caption for the above work translates as, “Even the blind and the lame have to do labour. Anyone who attempts to help them is entitled to a punishment. The handicapped man cries out, ‘Log, let’s move.’” Artwork: Kwon Hyo-jin North Korean defector Kwon Hyo-jin, who served seven years in Chongori prison, has produced a series of drawings illustrating life in the camp. The caption for the above work translates as, “Even the blind and the lame have to do labour. Anyone who attempts to help them is entitled to a punishment. The handicapped man cries out, ‘Log, let’s move.’” Artwork: Kwon Hyo-jin
North Korean defector Kwon Hyo-jin, who served seven years in Chongori prison, has produced a series of drawings illustrating life in the camp. The caption for the above work translates as, “Even the blind and the lame have to do labour. Anyone who attempts to help them is entitled to a punishment. The handicapped man cries out, ‘Log, let’s move.’” Artwork: Kwon Hyo-jin
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