January and February Rescue Updates

Today we want to update you about the successful rescue of three North Korean refugees, our first for 2018, whom we recently learned arrived safely to freedom in Thailand. Ms. Kang Keumok (46) (all names are aliases) was originally arrested and spent two years in a North Korean prison after being found in possession of […]

Vice President Grace Jo, Board Member Andrew Hong, speak at Harvard

By Mridhu Khanna; photos by Alex Melagrano A North Korean defector spoke Saturday about the hardships, horrors and trials she and her family endured trying to escape the country over the course of a decade. At a cultural event at Harvard University, song and dance were presented alongside a discussion with Grace Jo in a […]

Voices of North Korean Refugees with Vice President Grace Jo and Board Member Andrew Hong this Saturday, January 27

North Korea Study Group (a student organization at Harvard Kennedy School) is hosting an event featuring a North Korean refugee and professional Korean musicians and dancers. Date and Time: Saturday, January 27th, 2018, 5-7pm Location: Harvard Kennedy School, Malkin Penthouse The event will also feature the work of ENoK, a 501(c)3 organization that has been […]

NKinUSA wishes you a Happy Thanksgiving…and Updates on Rescues

We here at NKinUSA would like to wish all of you, our friends and supporters around the world, a Happy Thanksgiving. Last month we told you about the recent successful rescues of two women, Ms. Mi Kyong Park, 19, and Ms. Kyong Hui Kim, 45, (assumed names) who reached safety in Thailand in September. We […]