Speaking to ordinary citizens inside North Korea is almost impossible, with visitors heavily policed and communication with the outside world blocked. But two residents were willing to speak to the BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire programme, despite the threat of death or imprisonment.
In North Korea, where leader Kim Jong-un has almost godlike status, to question him out loud is for many unthinkable.
Citizens are taught he is all-knowing, and told to inform on dissenters – including their own family members.
By speaking out, market trader Sun Hui – not her real name – knows she is putting her life at risk.
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