Kim spent more than a decade researching and visiting North Korea before writing a book about teaching English to the sons of North Korea’s ruling class. Despite the amount of reporting she had done, her publisher decided to market the book as a “memoir,” making it difficult for Kim to find recognition as a investigative journalist.
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