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Foundation Lecture: Jeremy Hunter
'North Korea Exposed: Daily Life in the Hermit Kingdom'

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Foundation Lecture - Jeremy Hunter
NORTH KOREA  EXPOSED: Daily Life in the Hermit Kingdom

Friday 18th May 2018, Oswald Elliott Hall, 7pm.

“North Korea is a big world problem” says President Trump. And with the country making headline news almost every day there has rarely been a more important time to hear the truth about daily life in this paranoid state - a ‘State without Parallel’.

With the tension being ratcheted up daily, it is now the world's most significant story; one that may affect us all. It is a story that must be told. 

Jeremy Hunter’s approach to North Korea is from a journalistic perspective. He is an investigative photo-journalist and former TV News/Current Affairs Reporter. He entered North Korea just before the death of Kim Jong-II to attend and photograph the socio-realist spectacular ‘Arirang’ employing 150,000 performers - but now unlikely to be seen again.

In 60 minutes, he utilises much of the country’s actual propaganda (printed media, posters, portraits, monuments etc) as well as his own photographs, obtained throughout DPRK, to shine a light into this darkest corner of the world.


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