Latest goings-on: Woman publicly executed for handing out Bibles in North Korea. Since religion is more or less illegal under the leadership of
Quoting from the article:
The report sites [sic] several unidentified documents it says were obtained from North Korea.
The claim has not been independently verified and there has been no mention of her case in the North’s official Korean Central News Agency.
Public executions would mark a harsh turn in the crackdown on religion in North Korea, which has four authorized state churches that cater to foreigners only; North Koreans are not permitted to attend.
Emphasis my own, so take with a grain of salt. Nonetheless, I have to say I wouldn't be at all surprised.
On Friday, I return to the land of freedom and tacos for a few days. I set foot back in Korea on August the fifth.