Watch SEOUL TRAIN on Global Voices on PBS WORLD

Posted on September 25, 2009
“So compelling that you can't stop watching,” - Wall Street Journal A growing and potentially explosive humanitarian crisis is threatening East Asian peace: the life and death of North Koreans as they try to escape their homeland and China. SEOUL TRAIN exposes the complex geopolitics and bureaucracy entangling the lives of thousands of North Korean refugees as well as the story of activists who put themselves in harms way to save them via a clandestine underground railroad. SEOUL TRAIN airs Sunday, September 27 at 10:00 PM on Global Voices on PBS WORLD (check local listings).

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