"In 1986, as a young graduate... Michael Harrold answered, on a whim, an advertisement to become the first Briton to live and work in North Korea. ... From among the ranks of the VIP guests...to the...farmers, he saw the country as no outsider has ever done. He loved, and lost, a young local girl, fell foul of the authorities, and yet stood beside the people as they faced the mounting threat of US invasion. The sensitive and entertaining memoir gives a unique insight into life behind the closed door of North Korea." A thick book comprising more than 400 pages. Definitely worth reading! Book condition relatively good -except for some slightly yellowish spots.
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