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The buyers are men in the countryside who are too poor or unappealing to get a wife any other way, and the women are stuck in remote villages where they cannot communicate with the locals — if they are permitted to leave the house, that is.Since Kim Jong Un took control of North Korea at the end of 2011, security has been tightened, and it has become increasingly difficult to escape. Women ages 15 to 25 are the most prized, fetching between ,000 and ,000, brokers and humanitarian workers say, while women in their 30s can be acquired for half that.Many had been sold — some knowingly, thinking life couldn’t get any worse.But other women had been tricked into thinking they were heading to jobs in China, only to find that the man who offered to help them escape, paying bribes to border soldiers and arranging passage, turned out to be a trafficker, selling the women and pocketing the profits.
The women traveled by bus and car down through China to the border with Laos, which they crossed illegally in the black of night, Suh carrying her 18-month-old daughter, Ji-yeon, on her back.For the second time in their lives, they escaped, this time to a safe house in northern China, and from there they made the journey to the border, then walked to Laos.“I was so scared, but I kept on going, I just kept on going,” Suh said.It’s so normal to be doing this.” Some North Korean women in China are forced into this work, essentially held prisoner by pimps. She heard about video chatting through a friend of a friend and began chatting with South Korean men at night when everyone in her house was asleep. “I wanted to be a good mother, a strong mother for my daughters.” [After nuclear test, a push to stop North Korea from sending workers abroad] She decided to try to leave, along with the two others.They found out about Park and Kim Sung-eun, a pastor from the Caleb Mission, a church in South Korea that helps bring defectors to safety, and asked to be helped out.
“I was so scared but I kept on going, I just kept on going.” (Sin Huh )— Sometimes the men just wanted to talk with the North Korean women. But most of the time, they wanted the other option: “body cam.” Watching through a smartphone app, the men would ask the women, some of the unknown thousands of North Koreans sold to Chinese husbands and living secretly in northern China, to show their breasts or their backsides, to touch themselves or perform sex acts on one another. They needed the money — even if it amounted to only a few dollars a day.