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Directions:PBS Frontline logo
Go to the PBS Frontline website: https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/ (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.
You may have to provide your email address in order to access the video.
Use the Search box at the top and type in “Secret State of North Korea”.
You can also use this link (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. or cut-and-paste this website address into your browser: https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/film/secret-state-of-north-korea/
FRONTLINE shines a light on the hidden world of the North Korean people, revealing how ordinary citizens are resisting one of the world’s most oppressive regimes.
Use the following questions to give you in writing this essay:
Who is the Supreme Leader of North Korea?
What major landmark separates North Korea and China?
Keep track of the personal freedoms that are denied to the people of North Korea.
Describe the social conditions seen in the video including living conditions and what life is like for the orphaned children.
What are the shopping malls like in North Korea?
Describe some of the myths and misconceptions that are used as propaganda within and outside of North Korea.
Describe some of the ways which make the regime is successful.
What is the most effective way to change the mindsets of the North Koreans?
How does news from the outside world get into North Korea?
What are the consequences of offending the government or breaking any laws?
What does the North Korean regime fear the most?
How is the regime changing and how are the people defying the regime?
What types of provocation has Kim Jong-un used to agitate the outside world?
What private enterprises have the government allowed inside North Korea and why?
In what ways are the borders becoming “porous”?
What might be some of the ways people can employ to effect change in North Korea?