Episode 11 – Smuggling flash drives into North Korea: A fight for freedom Eutopya Podcasts

In this episode, Eutopya sits down with Jiye Seong-Yu of the Human Rights Foundation. She is the Program Manager of Flash Drives for Freedom, which is a program that smuggles flash drives full of information into North Korea—with the aim of giving citizens a taste of the outside world. We talk about what this initiative means, what it’s like to defect from North Korea and the country’s prospects for change. Today’s episode was produced—across four countries and three continents—by Manju von Rospatt, Anya Bégué, Paula Medina Agromayor, and Mario Simmaco. Visit Flash Drive for Freedom’s website at
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