Most of what we hear about the most isolated country in the world comes from intelligence reports, defectors from the lower rungs of North Korean society, and a few snippets from adventure tourists and journalists who manage to smuggle out a couple photos on USB drives.
But. . .what is life like for the elite in North Korea? How are they educated and indoctrinated?
To answer that question, we turn to Suki Kim, one of the only people in the world who has lived among -- and lived to tell about her experience.
As an undercover journalist, Suki managed to secure a position teaching English to the very top students in the country -- the young men who will someday become the leaders of the country.