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North Korean Refugee Independence Support Center
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As little birds that have lost their way still fly south, the North Korean Refugees that left North Korea continuously come to South Korea seeking freedom.
25,000 North Korean Refugees already have come to South Korea.

North Korean Refugees, people that have experienced both South and North Korea, are precious unification workers for unification of north and south.

Democracy and a capitalist market economy that North Korean Refugees have experienced in South Korea will contribute to South and North Korean Union. North Korean Refugees directly experience the kind of transformation that will take place in a unified Korea.

North Korean Refugees that have come to South Korea have built a North Korean Refugee Independence Support Center (NKRISC) for themselves, determining that their settling down in South Korea society would be the first step of preparation for South and North Korea Union.

Now the North Korean Refugee Independence Support Center with its field of mutual understanding will aid with all strength North Korean Refugees in becoming valuable workers for South and North Korea Union through their experience of settling down in South Korea society and acquiring education.


North Korean Refugee Independence Support Center
Chairman Kang Chul-ho
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