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KOREA-NORTH/PAINTING
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December 26, 2011
North Korean defector and painter Song Byeok explains his works during an interview with Reuters at his...
Seoul, South Korea
North Korean defector and painter Song Byeok explains his works during an interview with Reuters at his...
North Korean defector and painter Song Byeok explains his works during an interview with Reuters at his atelier in Seoul December 23, 2011. Above the ballooning dress of Marilyn Monroe is the face of North Korean despot Kim Jong-il who died a week ago. North Korean defector Song Byeok, who once proudly drew the "Dear Leader" in propaganda paintings and then became a slave labourer in one of the reclusive state's notorious prisons, has now turned to mock a ruler who led his country into famine, isolation and economic ruin. The picture was taken on December 23, 2011. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS OBITUARY SOCIETY)
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