Kenneth Bae talks about his painful 735 days in North Korea(Link to Video)
Arirang TV’s in-depth interview show “The INNERview” aired its episode on Kenneth Bae, the Korean American missionary who had been detained in North Korea for 2 years, on July 26 (Tue.) at 8 AM.
Kenneth Bae, the guest of the 217th episode of "The INNERview" who ran a North Korea tour business near the border between China and North Korea, was arrested by the North Korean authorities on November 2012 for his inadvertent mistake. He was sentenced to 15 years of hard labor on charges of “attempting to overthrow the North Korean government” and went through hardships and struggles.
On “The INNERview”, he talks about his painful 735 days in North Korea, 3 failed attempts at a release and his miraculous return home in 2014.
Bae also talks about his book “Not Forgotten,” which is based on the movement for his release that garnered the interest of the international community and his 2-year experience in North Korea, as well as his lectures to young people that shed light on the reality of life in North Korea.
Kenneth Bae is the longest detained American in North Korea since the Korean War. His story of hope in the face of the fear of being forgotten aired on July 26, 8 AM on “The INNERview."