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LIVING IN NORTH KOREAN, LIVING A CHRISTIAN (Part 1)

Christians are persecuted around the world. What’s so special about the persecution of North Korean Christians that makes North Korea the world’s top persecutor of Christians, indeed in a category all by itself?

North Korean Christians aren’t simply killed for their faith in Christ. They are pulverized with steamrollers, used to test biological weapons, shipped off to death camps or shot in front of children, while newborn babies have their brains pithed with forceps in front of their mothers. Crimes against humanity reminiscent of Auschwitz and Treblinka to which the world declared “Never Again!” more than 60 years ago are being perpetrated today against the North Korean Christians.

North Korean Christians.com summarizes the background to the present atrocities in North Korea, the outlook, and the roles played by the three key players: China, South Korea and USA.

The supporting evidences are presented via video clips, testimonies, articles, reports and links to websites.

Also presented are messages to you, the Chinese, the North and South Koreans, and letters to the leaders of North Korea, USA, China and the United Nations.

Brace yourself, as the atrocities being committed against the North Korean Christians are truly appalling, and their God-given courage truly inspiring. So please read and watch, but don’t stop there.

Do something to help them, bearing in mind that they aren’t asking us for handouts, but to help them fight for Christ. Many of them risk their lives to escape from their hell into China, receive the Gospel, and then volunteer to return to North Korea as one-way missionaries. It is our privilege to support these courageous Christian warriors in the Lord’s battle.
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Christianity reached the traditionally Buddhist and Confucian Korean peninsula (North and South Korea) in the 1880s.

A revival started in 1907, particularly in the north. Three thousand churches sprang up in the present North Korea and Pyongyang, the present North Korean capital, was even called, “The Jerusalem of Asia.”

Persecution of Christians started in 1910 when Japan annexed the Korean peninsula and mandated worshipping the Japanese emperor. Christians who bowed down to his portrait were spared. Those who didn’t were tortured, imprisoned and/or executed.

Despite the persecution, Christians grew in number. The Japanese persecution lasted 35 years until 1945, when Japan surrendered to end the Second World War.

The respite was short-lived in, however, as the Communists led by the Soviet-trained Kim Il Sung streamed into and occupied the northern half of the peninsula. Backed by the Soviets, Kim spent the next five years consolidating his power in North Korea, crushing opposition, including from Christians, and building an army of his own.

In 1950, Kim’s Communist army of North Korea invaded the democratic South Korea. The ensuing Korean War killed millions, leveled both South and North Korea, and ended three years later in a draw, with the post-war border more or less where the pre-war border had been.

After the war, Kim Il Sung intensified the persecution of Christians in North Korea. Those who renounced their faith and swore allegiance to him and his new “Juche” ideology were spared, although relegated to the lowest levels of his new social order. Those who refused were executed or deported to remote concentration camps where they were starved, overworked, tortured and/or shot to death.

By the 1960s, North Korea’s once ubiquitous Christians were nowhere to be seen, at least not on the surface.

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Today, Juche is no longer just an ideology, but a full-fledged religion that worships Kim Il Sung as god, and his son, Kim Jong Il as the son of god. Whether or not Kim Jong Un is now worshipped as the grandson of god remains to be seen.

In 2005, David Hawke, the respected human rights investigator, interviewed 40 North Korean escapees about religion in North Korea. Here are some of their responses about North Korea’s religion:

“Juche is the only religion North Korean people can have.”

“We learned that there were two lives: one is the physical life and the other is the political life. We were taught that political life was forever along with the leaders and the Party. Therefore, I believed that my political life was more important than my physical life.”

“According to party covenant, Article 1, section 1, all North Koreans are required to worship Kim Il Sung with all our heart and might, even after his death. We have to venerate the pictures and status of Kim Il Sung.”

“We must hang [Kim Il Sung’s] pictures. The pictures indicate that Kim Il Sung is god, as we hang the pictures for the purpose of reminding ourselves that we depend on him.”

“Hanging portraits of Kim’s family is compulsory for every household. The portraits must be hung on the best wall of every home, and nothing else can be hung under the portraits. Families with high loyalty to the Party bow down under the portraits even when nobody is watching.”

“Religious freedom is not allowed in North Korea because it will ruin the deification of Kim Il Sung.”

“Having faith in God is an act of espionage. Only Kim Il Sung is a god in North Korea.”

“Juche itself is a religion, therefore they worry that people may forsake Juche for another religion.”

How is that worry expressed against underground Christians when they are discovered?

Below are Hawke’s summation of the replies from two of the interviewees:

“A young woman, in her twenties, was washing clothes in a tributary to the Tumen River (the border between China and North Korea). When packing up the clothes, she dropped what was believed to be a small Bible. The actual words used by the North Korean authorities were “Christianity book” (kiddokyo chaek). Another washer woman reported the girl to the police. According to Interviewee 4, the informer may not have known that the book was a Bible, but all suspicious activity had to be reported to the police. The young woman and her father, looking to be roughly sixty years old, were arrested and held by the local Gukgabowibu police for some three months. During that time, the woman and her father were presumably investigated and interrogated. Apparently, they were deemed guilty of a capital offense. On a summer morning in 1997, the two were taken to a market area near where the Seong Cheon River runs into the Tumen River. The two were accused of trafficking and condemned as traitors to the nation and Kim Jong Il. Interviewee 4 was unaware of any other judicial procedures prior to the announcement of the crime, verdict, and sentence in an extremely brief public “show trial,” which consisted of no more than announcements of the charges and verdict immediately prior to the execution. Teachers and students from elementary (4th grade and up), middle, and high school were assembled, along with persons who had been sent over from the nearby market. Seven police fired three shots each into the two victims, who had been tied to stakes a few meters from the “trial” area. The force of the rifle shots, fired from fifteen meters away, caused blood and brain matter to be blown out of their heads. Interviewee 4 was in the fifth row. She sketched from memory a schematic drawing of the execution scene.”

“While Interviewee 17 was in the North Korean Army, his unit was dispatched to widen the highway between Pyongyang and the nearby port city of Nampo. They were demolishing a vacated house in Yongkang county, Yongkang district town, when in a basement between two bricks they found a Bible and a small notebook that contained 25 names, one identified as pastor, two as chon-do-sa (assistant pastors), two as elders, and 20 other names, apparently parishioners, identified by their occupations. The soldiers turned the Bible and notebook over to the local branch of Department 15 of the Korean Workers Party (KWP), but the Party officials said it was up to the military police unit, Bowisaryungbu gigwanwon, to investigate. Tracked down at their place of work through the listing of occupation in the notebook, the 25 persons were picked up without formal arrest by the military bowibu. The interviewee was not aware of any judicial procedures for those seized. In November 1996, the 25 were brought to the road construction site. Four concentric rectangular rows of spectators were assembled to watch the execution. Interviewee 17 was in the first row. The five leaders to be executed – the pastor, two assistant pastors, and two elders – were bound hand and foot and made to lie down in front of a steamroller. This steamroller was a large construction vehicle imported from Japan with a heavy, huge, and wide steel roller mounted on the front to crush and level the roadway prior to pouring concrete. The other twenty persons were held just to the side. The condemned were accused of being Kiddokyo (Protestant Christian) spies and conspiring to engage in subversive activities. Nevertheless, they were told, “If you abandon religion and serve only Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il, you will not be killed.” None of the five said a word. Some of the fellow parishioners assembled to watch the execution cried, screamed out, or fainted when the skulls made a popping sound as they were crushed beneath the steamroller. Interviewee 17 thought, at the time, that these church people were crazy. He thought then that religion was an “opiate,” and it was stupid for them to give up their lives for religion. He heard from the soldiers who took away the other twenty prisoners that they were being sent to a prison camp. He sketched from memory a diagram of the execution scene.”

The 1995-1998 North Korean famine starved to death an estimated 2 million people – about 10% of the population – and shook North Korea’s faith in Juche. The closed, self-reliant economic model it espoused was supposed to beat capitalism and conquer the world. Yet, there they were, unable to even feed themselves.

That famine sent waves of North Koreans across the northern border is search of food in China. What they also found was an outside world that was economically and technologically far more advanced than their own, in stark contrast to what they had been told by Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il.

The fact that North Koreans are beginning to recognize the economic and spiritual bankruptcy of Juche is evidenced by the recent resurgence of shamanism. Having had their faith in Juche rocked, the North Koreans are turning to gods other than Kim Il Sung. The rebellion has already begun, at least spiritually.

One of David Hawk’s interviewees disclosed, “Fortune tellers are supposed to be arrested but in reality, they are not because even government officers, military officers, and police officers go to fortune tellers. I believe you can find a fortune telling house every two kilometers.”

Another added, “Mudang and fortune tellers are very active in North Korea, but they are still illegal. However, even when their activities are disclosed and they are arrested by the authorities, they are released right away. North Korean authorities are making an effort to obliterate Christianity only.”

Why “Christianity only”?

Hawk writes, “Interviewee 29, a former Gugkabowibu police official who became disillusioned and fled to China and subsequently to South Korea, reported that North Korean officials are anxious to catch believers because they fear “Christianity will defeat Juche.”

What is fueling that fear about Christianity?

The secret increasingly being unveiled is that not only is there Christianity – true Christianity – in North Korea, but that Christianity is actually expanding. As evidenced below by seven of Hawk’s 40 interviewees, some of the Christians pre-date the Korean War and have worshipped in secret for over half a century. Others became Christian after hearing the Gospel in China, and still others, through their life-risking evangelism:

“Interviewee 10 brought back a bible from China, which she and her mother secretly read at home under a blanket. She also listened to the Christian radio station from South Korea and told her older sister and her husband about the Gospel.”

“Interviewee 13 is a young woman from a pre-Korean War Christian family. Her mother and her mother’s friends continued to gather to worship secretly in Hamhung, an industrial city near the East Sea, where many Christian families had been exiled after the Korean War.”

“Interviewee 16, a woman in her sixties, also from Hamhung, knew of eight persons who were Christians who met secretly in groups of three and four to read handwritten bible verses.”

“Interviewee 17, from North Pyong-an Province, had a Christian mother who attended church until 1947 and who kept her Bible. She had a friend in Pihyeon-goon (near Sinuiju), also near the border with China, who listened to Far Eastern Broadcasting (a South Korean Christian radio station).”

“Interviewee 18, from Musan, also had a pre-Korean War Christian mother who continued to worship in secret with two relatives, using a Bible that her grandfather had brought back from Japan years ago.”

“Interviewee 22 never saw any organized worship, but in prison there was a “crazy woman” in her sixties who kept praying to God to save her. Another fellow prisoner, from Namyang, Onsung county, was in jail for a year because a Bible had been found in his house.”

“Interviewee 32 was from Musan. She participated in an underground church of 12 members, all relatives, who received missionaries from China, just across the river.”

How many Christians are in North Korea?

While there are no official statistics, the following account from another Hawk interviewee reveals an intriguing detail:

“Interviewee 14 told of his interrogation in the Onsong Gugkabowibu jail in 2001. The interrogators told the 68 persons being held in this small jail that all “followers of Jesus” were to stand up. Six did and were immediately taken away. The guards said that the six had been executed. However, the detainees later learned that the six had been taken to a Gwalliso political penal labor colony at Jongsung. Interviewee 14 himself, after being deprived of food and sleep through seven long interrogations, finally gave up and confessed to belief. He was offered the opportunity to renounce his faith, pledge his loyalty to the Party, and be sent to a Nodong Danryeon Dae labor training camp or mobile labor brigade.”

Six of 68 detainees above weren’t just Christians; they were Christians willing to stand up for Jesus and risk being executed. The fact that the interrogators then tortured the rest indicates that they believed other Christians were in the group. The interviewee was one of them, which means that at least 10% of the group were Christians.

How many of the others in the group were Christians? More to the point, what percent of the North Korean population is Christian today? We probably won’t know until the Lord grants religious freedom in North Korea, but if the small sample above is reflective of the whole population, the number may turn out to be higher than 10%.

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