North Korea Captured Journalist & Kept Her For 140 Days

16-Sen, 2020
144 751 Ko‘rishlar soni

Patrick Bet-David sits down with Euna Lee to talk about her experience as a prisoner in North Korea and to hear her story. Check out her book: amzn.to/2FxnE5Q
About the guest: Euna Lee is a Korean American journalist who has worked for Current TV since 2005. Lee and fellow journalist Laura Ling were detained in North Korea after they crossed into the Democratic People's Republic of Korea from the People's Republic of China without a visa.
About Patrick Bet-David: CEO, author and Founder of Valuetainment Media. Patrick has interviewed athletes, notorious individuals, politicians, authors and entrepreneurs from all walks of life.
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  • Hello Patrick. Very interesting painting behind you. My father met the Shaw of Iran. He told me he was a very gentle man and very intelligent. I have a friend Moshen who came to America when he was only 17 years old and is now a pilot. He did marry an American girl but they divorced after their first daughter was born. He is now married again to a Persian women and has another daughter. He told me recently that he is a member of the brotherhood. I was concerned about that but I still love him. He used to make me ghormeh sabzi. It was delicious.

    Suzette VallieresSuzette Vallieres2 soat oldin
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  • I just saw the INCREDIBLE interview with Yeonmy Park. tHAT WHY I SAY IT AGAIN. It is an irony that America has now opted for a socialist communist corrupt regime led by world famous criminal psychopath Joe Biben? But it is now a harsh reality. Democrats express constand on CNN and Co, to reprogate 75 million in reform camp. I just saw it on the Bill Maher show. creepy. just watch on youtube - riding the dragon_ the bidens_ chinese secrets _full documentary_

    wim van meirvennewim van meirvenne16 soat oldin
  • The fact that she crossed into North Korea illegally, against their laws means she showed total contempt for the sovereignty of that country..... And had they decided to lock her away in whatever prison they wanted to wouldn't have been reason enough for the United States to dictate to that country (no matter how much we differ in our ideology) how they treat people who violate their laws.... These two journalists, having broken that country's laws should not expect our government to intercede for them.

    Philip FearPhilip FearKun oldin
  • She has no solutions so she shouldnt condemn those that try to find them, imo.

    Laurel DellLaurel DellKun oldin
  • The 64 billion dollar question is . How do you get rid of evil in this world? Humans have suffered too much under tyrants since time began. We cannot. Only the Lord can..

    Lawrence CheongLawrence CheongKun oldin
  • So when America is free again. I hope we can help set NKorean’s free.

    Faith PoFaith Po3 kun oldin
  • I just found this channel. I love the interviews and letting people tell their stories without rushing them.

    Abby FarmerAbby Farmer3 kun oldin
  • 2 questions, serious questions while still allowed. 1. Please name just 1 powerful person that used large scale censorship that did not become a mass murderer? Even 1 that caused the death of LESS than 1 million? 2. Please explain the difference between racism and identity politics. Thank you..

    xerravonxerravon3 kun oldin
  • Spying Is illegal in North Korea. You were spy’s.

    Headhunter 1Headhunter 14 kun oldin
  • Foolish to go to those county for filming a documentary. China might not be that bad, but North Korea is not a joke! But she was brave and sincere.

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    Efrain HellenEfrain Hellen4 kun oldin
  • She's withholding information.

    Kay KingKay King5 kun oldin
  • I am so curious why she repeated political answers to your simple questions. First time I heard the story about president Clinton rescuing a journalist from North Korea personally!

    luban shuttersluban shutters5 kun oldin
  • Great interview and story. She does seem a little unaware that the guards and military are probably trained to learn English or treat prisoners like her for propaganda purposes - maybe she does. She clearly cares about the people there. She did say in Pyongyang it's not the same as in the rest of the country, but doesn't seem to have had the experience of Yeonmi Park. Park's interview was so heart rending. Thank you for both of these. I don't think people understand what sanctions can do to the government in a place like Iran where people are able to also put pressure on the government from the inside to maybe eventually collapse that government. Sanctions are not necessarily the same for these two countries. Hopefully your interviews will make the curious read more about these repressive countries and the people who have to live there. It should make people in the US be very grateful for what we have here, even for those of us who are not wealthy. To N Koreans we are all wealthy and we are free - and they don't even know the word freedom.

    Debbie BDebbie B5 kun oldin
  • What an extraordinary woman. So strong to overcome that experience. Also very beautiful. I wish there were more women like her here in the West.

    Roman ZRoman Z6 kun oldin
  • Her perspective gave me more insight into how North Koreans are just normal people that are heavily oppressed by a regime and that it is not right to dehumanize an entire country of people based on the actions of how their government treats them. It is very true. It's not their fault, they were just born into that situation.

    RemRem7 kun oldin
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    Ewe KnowkimcheeEwe Knowkimchee8 kun oldin
  • Reminds me of oojima hoikuen bruh

    田中Tanaka尚志Naoshi田中Tanaka尚志Naoshi8 kun oldin
  • Thank you for bringing on so many so explain North Korea, the threat of socialist/communist regimes, including China... a lot of Americans are throwing away our system, and inviting the same.. what they don't know is once they disenfranchise conservatives, they don't just stop there, they turn on each other... not one person fighting in the streets of America today will live an easy life for their cause, and they'll cry for what they've done, just as I cry for the people in these countries all around the world. We have to stand up and be the America that values freedom, and liberate the North Koreans so they can see their family in the South... the history of Korea is the most heartbreaking story, from the Japanese occupation and human experimentation, China using it as a war-ground, to the capitalist-communist/USA-Russia splitting of North and South, to present day where they all are slaves to a dictator, starving, children too, not knowing the word "love" which is exempt from the dictionary--except the written word that is used for the dictator only. image your government making you serve 13 years in the military, and then being used in siberia to cut trees as slaves, making your own camps, foraging for your own food.. this is the reality there.. Pray for Korea

    an opinionan opinion8 kun oldin
  • I do not trust every escapee.... who has that claim. We have Chinese and North Korean spies coming into this country and should stop setting them up with bank accounts and homes for their information. I do not trust them. I am still on the fence over Park.

    kathykathy8 kun oldin
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    living in Wonderlandliving in Wonderland8 kun oldin
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    living in Wonderlandliving in Wonderland8 kun oldin
  • My biggest thought is how can we help Americans have a better strategy to free the people in North Korea?

    Cindy MarieCindy Marie9 kun oldin
  • Sadly, she has much less to give than the young woman you interviewed before. She is clearly holding back.

    Juliette’s ThoughtsJuliette’s Thoughts11 kun oldin
  • The NK people are incredibly kind and generous. They love their children These women were also strong like te NK people. Would love to meet them someday.

    Christine DowdChristine Dowd11 kun oldin
  • Respect to the Heroes!

    Ali BoranAli Boran11 kun oldin
  • North Korea is kidnapped by it's government

    Carlos AlarconCarlos Alarcon12 kun oldin
  • Another great interview, Patrick!

    Luke SLuke S13 kun oldin
  • Ive never been there.. so i will do what most of us do not..which is say nothing about North Korea but listen to what people who have been there are saying.

    One Deep SavageOne Deep Savage13 kun oldin
  • Patrick, this is the one interview I feel isn’t complete, I mean in her side. She just has a hard time talking truth, even if it’s her truth. She is a joke!

    Mary ReynoldsMary Reynolds14 kun oldin
  • I feel the same thing Patrick...she isn’t speaking all! Hmmmm I felt this early on!

    Mary ReynoldsMary Reynolds14 kun oldin
  • I remember this story..She really is clueless about a lot of things, and fortunately so. I’m sure she know what goes on, but dare she speak about it! I don’t blame her! After learning through Patrick’s program, I would hush too.

    Mary ReynoldsMary Reynolds14 kun oldin
  • 140days? You should see what the Americans do in guantanamo bay, years without justice

    Shioab HussainShioab Hussain14 kun oldin
  • I’m sorry I have problems understanding her. Her accent is sooo thick.

    LIeb LeeLIeb Lee14 kun oldin
  • Look at her beautiful flawless skin!!!!

    LIeb LeeLIeb Lee14 kun oldin
  • I found this interesting but he started to frustrate me towards the end

    Brittany MuirBrittany Muir16 kun oldin
  • What a interview....incredible

    Ramandeep KaurRamandeep Kaur16 kun oldin
  • Boring

    SLR BIZSLR BIZ20 kun oldin
  • I have a feeling she is holding back a lot. This is what north Korea does to the human mind.

    Epic EpsilonEpic Epsilon20 kun oldin
  • Bless you. My mother warned me or the worst thing that can happen to me. They may knock on the door, they may break through the door, they may line up. And they might rape you and even kill you. Socialist social standards. Keep it shank rank. To the smart people

    Margret BlairMargret Blair21 kun oldin
  • Of course there were agreements between NK, US and the journalists, else, she could have released the documentary. She is being careful.

    JustCallMeElleJustCallMeElle21 kun oldin
  • She ended up being the story... what about the reason she she went there? What is that story?

    Adriadna DekroneAdriadna Dekrone21 kun oldin
    • Very glad you are back home safe... Victor!

      Adriadna DekroneAdriadna Dekrone21 kun oldin
  • People arehumam beings all over the world. Governments and gods devide us. She is still afraid to speak out

    Barry ParkerBarry Parker23 kun oldin
  • Amazing stories

    Jim BishopJim Bishop23 kun oldin
  • The interview with Yeonmi Park was mind blowing and I was left feeling so inspired by her; especially with this current pandemic. With this lady, I understand that she wants us to think about the people of North Korea. However, since she couldn't make the documentary, I really thought she would have a lot more to say about her experience. It was like you guys were on two different wave lengths somehow. Maybe she was hopefully able to express herself more in her own book.

    HopalongcassidyHopalongcassidy23 kun oldin
  • Beijing Biden

    Michael GoodmanMichael Goodman24 kun oldin
  • This photo actually might not be the best choice, bc this guy looks like a man, and she had just described how the soldiers looked like kids 11:39

    SuZen ChoSuZen Cho24 kun oldin
  • If she became a "poster child" for one of only two stories that paint Kim Jong Un in any minimally non-caricaturedly humanizing light (the other story: Dennis Rodman friendship), in that unique position maybe she thinks it's a better strategy, for the sake of hoping to see him change and maybe see the value of presenting a better face to the world, to not restate the same repeated script about his being a monster based on what we all know he's about? I'm guessing she never forgets how lucky she was to have a president save her, and anyone unlucky enough to be in a similar position in the future might not be treated leniently if she bashes him? I also thought she was possibly reluctant to bad mouth him to maybe protect North Korean relatives of the NK defectors she had interviewed in China? whom she already had mentioned feeling she had let down since the documentary never got finished (and maybe they had risked their lives or security by being interviewed)?

    SuZen ChoSuZen Cho24 kun oldin
  • I think you need to make a distinction that she is not a north Korean defector.. she is a journalist. She didn't live as a citizen of that country. She doesn't have a personal interest in that country, even though she's Korean. She's reporting on the conditions, but she can't have the same kind of feelings as a defector, like Yeonmi Park. Euna did not suffer the same experiences nor has family left behind in North Korea.

    Julia cJulia c25 kun oldin
  • This is a rather good insight however I feel this interview could have had more potential. Such as a typical day as a prisoner, more information about the food and living conditions. How often if any could the bathe?

    STE BSTE B25 kun oldin
  • Great work by Clinton true diplomat, whatever anyone thinks of him this is one of the best things he has ever done

    Emily GoonerEmily Gooner25 kun oldin
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    Rodolfo VitangcolRodolfo Vitangcol25 kun oldin
  • LOLOLOL

    KimKim26 kun oldin
  • So interesting... I have been down the North Korean rabbit hole or should I say hell- by binge watching all North Korean content on UZworld... it’s like a horrible plane crash that you wish wasn’t happening yet can’t turn away... Something must be done... wish the North Koreans would unite and just stop serving him! That east! There are wayyy more of servants than elites!

    MiauuuuuuuuuuUMiauuuuuuuuuuU26 kun oldin
  • What a beautiful heart

    John PattersonJohn Patterson26 kun oldin
  • I wish we had the answers

    John PattersonJohn Patterson26 kun oldin
  • Thank you for being a 'real' interviewer Patrick. She started off well, and then it got very annoying listening to her inability to speak out.

    CharpCharp27 kun oldin
  • I feel like this woman is not telling us the whole real story. she's telling the truth, but it appears that she is holding back certain things for whatever reason(s).🤔

    MOTORCYCLE GUITAR { WE CAN WORK IT OUT }MOTORCYCLE GUITAR { WE CAN WORK IT OUT }27 kun oldin
  • I remember watching this play out when it happened on Current TV. I cried when she was released 😭

    beatrix dynamitebeatrix dynamite28 kun oldin
  • It took just 140 days of brain wash ? On how to speak freely. ?

    703hikingphotos703hikingphotos28 kun oldin
  • terrible...I start to be grateful for the life I had in my childhood...it could have been worse...if i was born there...

    angetodacangetodac28 kun oldin
    • Yes, in a way, I think when people get bummed about postCovid America, if they watch these videos about North Korea they can see how no matter what we're still so lucky to live in America and never give up on your goals and dreams

      SuZen ChoSuZen Cho24 kun oldin
  • Another great interview I think she feels bad that she was released and others are still there. She feels guilty ... so she is very diplomatic. She has that syndrome where you forgive your kidnappers because they spared your life.

    ana perezana perez28 kun oldin
  • change our mind?!! no it didnt, are you serious when you ask that?!! lol

    trumper 1777trumper 177729 kun oldin
  • Million Dollar Potential in Ruvol I have invented a Board Game [still unpublished and not yet out in the market] that is guaranteed to be far more challenging and exciting than CHESS. I called it “RUVOL.” Over time, Ruvol will surpass chess as the “Number One Board Game in the World.” Why am I so sure about this? Because I am an avid chess player myself. The weakness of chess is it always starts in fixed positions that the opening moves become “memorizable.” In fact, not a few have so mastered the moves that they can play against their opponents “blindfolded.” It is for this very reason that the great Bobby Fischer introduced his so-called “Fischer Random Chess,” where the starting position of the pieces is “randomized” to make the memorization of openings impracticable. Fortunately, it is also for this reason that I invented Ruvol where “every game” has been calculated to be a challenging one to play. HOW IS RUVOL PLAYED? Ruvol is played somewhat like chess. It is played by two players. It uses a board that is rectangular in shape but contains more number of squares than chess. It has equal number of pieces on each side of the board, where each type of pieces moves in distinct ways. However, if the way to win chess is to checkmate the opponent’s king, the way to win Ruvol is to be able to cross a designated line. But there’s one big advantage Ruvol has over chess: The Ruvol pieces don’t have a fixed position at the start of the game. It is the players themselves who dictate the starting position, depending on the strategies they have planned before the game starts, making it impossible for any clever player to memorize the opening moves. A MILLION DOLLAR POTENTIAL IN RUVOL! The people who play chess will be the same people who will play Ruvol. In my Google search, I learned there are around 800 million chess players in the world. These 800 million players comprise the “Total Potential Buyers” of Ruvol across the globe. At an average profit of just US$3 per set, the “Global Income Potential” of Ruvol then is US$2.4 billion. Assuming only 1% of it will buy each year, the annual global potential sale of Ruvol is US$24M. I AM LOOKING FOR AN INVESTOR! For the reason that I don’t have the resources to publish Ruvol on a global scale, you might be interested to have the exclusive right to manufacture and market Ruvol globally under a “licensing agreement.” Or better yet, just “BUY MY COPYRIGHT” and Ruvol is entirely yours. Email me at: rodolfovitangcol@gmail.com. Thanks and God bless! RODOLFO MARTIN VITANGCOL The Ruvol Inventor

    The AttitudinalistThe AttitudinalistOy oldin
  • All the good people of North Korea are prisoners. They just aren't aware of it.

    1307scooter1307scooterOy oldin
  • Those women got set up to be kidnapped and they didn't realize it. You don't make any deals with Chinese CCP especially right at the China/NOKO border especially if you are a westernized woman.

    The_Other _Seto_KaibaThe_Other _Seto_KaibaOy oldin
  • Oh Yes Colombia University Ground Zero for Marxism.. I bet they trained all of the Fake News Reporters at CNN and MSNBC ..

    Mike SkidmoreMike SkidmoreOy oldin
  • Ok Iranian ,beleveing North Korea. Kim Jong-Un gimme a break

    BaassboosterBaassboosterOy oldin
  • Patrick, thank you for allowing us to hear from people that have real life stories instead of censored mainstream media stories that only tell us bits and pieces of what our government wants us to hear. Our kids have lived such a privileged life, that I honestly believe our kids think The USA is as bad of a country to live in as countries like North Korea. I agree with your question of what do we do to fix countries out there like North Korea and China in regards to holding them accountable and making them safer countries for their own citizens to live in, but we are at a point in our OWN country that we need to focus on making The USA a safer country to live in for OUR own citizens.

    Teri MartinTeri MartinOy oldin
  • What if the reporters had guns to protect themselves. How would this have ended?

    JUDENE KERNJUDENE KERNOy oldin
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      Ewe KnowkimcheeEwe Knowkimchee8 kun oldin
  • 🖖💙✌️

    Phoenix xoPhoenix xoOy oldin
  • She has a daughter to protect. Her statement on the collective will of the people was impactful, This is one burden she carries for North Korea. Hopefully, her message will be heard by some. Of course, I would like to know more of her experiences, but her reserved comments or choices make her a wise person, not a coward.

    Toni KeltzToni KeltzOy oldin
  • I read their book my senior year of high school while living in Seoul. So glad I had a good teacher who exposed us to the real world.

    Ew EwEw EwOy oldin
  • I appreciated the interviewer but Ms Lee truly should be in Politics as she skirted any straight answers. I expect so much more from a Reporter and more from someone who was captured and had 2 American Presidents obtain her release. So much for truth & journalism. It truly is dying a slow or fast death depending who who you're listening to these days. I don't need to read a book by Ms Lee as I listened for an hour & she had little to say.

    Cindy WillisCindy WillisOy oldin
  • I watched the interview with yeonmi park first. She’s a tough act to follow. Makes this woman seem like an idiot. She barely made sense with sum of the direct questions asked. It seem as if her whole experience was totally lost on her🤦🏻‍♀️

    P BrdP BrdOy oldin
    • their backgrounds are totally different? Yeonmi was born in North Korea/lived there until adult?

      SuZen ChoSuZen Cho24 kun oldin
  • I'm sorry for her bad experience but she is still afraid and brainwashed😥

    Busan🐾 Silla👣Busan🐾 Silla👣Oy oldin
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    Luis VenturaLuis VenturaOy oldin
  • I wonder if EUna held back because she feared that the North Koreans she interacted with would be punished in her name (3 generations of them), out of fear of being targeted, or because the US (possibly??) advised her against risking international tension? I do appreciate Yeonmi Park's bravery and openness however-a great channel to follow.

    blink56kblink56kOy oldin
  • God Bless Euna Lee !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! She is beautiful and i am So Glad She is Back With Her Family Now !!!!!!!...........

    Tony LouisTony LouisOy oldin
  • Inspiring and Amazing Choice of Journalism. Strength, purpose, and heart. I admire these journalists' courage and shared respect. For a country that continues to abuse human rights. Yet, she understood and became better educated because of this situation.

    Kevin Michael KapplerKevin Michael KapplerOy oldin
  • I think you pushed her too much. It was obvious she did not want to answer several of your questions but you kept at her trying to get something negative. Or maybe I was just paranoid after listening to the other poor girl. She could have been afraid for someone else considering her answers that she did give .

    Connie AndersonConnie AndersonOy oldin
  • The beautiful people of North Korea are the most resilient!! ✌️❣️

    Xtina CoeXtina CoeOy oldin
    • Are you talking about her? She's American.

      SuZen ChoSuZen Cho24 kun oldin
  • Some twenty five million people live under duress.

    smoothjazzaxesmoothjazzaxeOy oldin
  • Another tear jerker! Heavy! I appreciate Euna telling us her story. I understand this perspective of seeing the N. Korean people separate from the government and not having a picture of them in my head when I hear the name of the country. It's taking me years to wrap my mind around this where I live in Hawaii regarding the USA. For me it took someone I trust and respect greatly to SHOW me before I could really comprehend the political vs. legal vs. cultural values he lives by, given to him by his grandfather. Then I realized the picture in my head for them was incorrect. I am trying to deprogram myself from the hateful board of education crap I received in the long hours I spent with them here in these Hawaiian Islands. Grateful for viewing many truthful videos coming out this year like this and academic doctors willing to debunk past written history. Mahalo nui loa from Hilo, Hawaii island in the country in continuity called Ko Hawaii Pae Aina or Hawaiian Islands, H. I. If I didn't confirm our country's existence in 2015, I would NEVER be interested in this topic at all. I'm only now learning political views and systems and law and foreign relations and hearing the story from those who lived it makes all the difference now! 👍

    C. Kainoa BugadoC. Kainoa BugadoOy oldin
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    CAI XIAN CHENCAI XIAN CHENOy oldin
  • People want to leave this country because of our president... seriously?!

    Aleah Reveé RuddAleah Reveé RuddOy oldin
  • Just imagine, when my father turn 17 he joins the army and the first place they sent him was North Korea. His story to me was terrible for the people and the live hood they now this was back in the early 50’s. He is no longer here but I’m sure his story would be even more like these brave hero’s.

    Ruby Ahlo-ruizRuby Ahlo-ruizOy oldin
  • He tried very hard to lead her into fitting a narrative he was trying to portray ..but he failed ..he should've just stayed quiet and let her tell her story

    Relaxing NatureRelaxing NatureOy oldin
  • 99% of the info out there shows that Kim is ALOT nicer than his father ..he's not an animal like his dad was

    Relaxing NatureRelaxing NatureOy oldin
  • The only time I have been proud of President Clinton.😏

    Barbara MackeyBarbara MackeyOy oldin
  • North Korean women are so pretty

    lisa beckenstraterlisa beckenstraterOy oldin
  • I remember that story in the news heard about the capture but not the rescue. Watching that in 2020 now makes me go " huh" Bill Clinton came to pick those girls up who were making a documentry on the sex slave trade or human trafficing" he probably wanted to see what they had so far. Did they know about him and Epstien? The whole clinton stuff runs deeper than any swamp could be. Love your channel we just stumbled on to it, some of this stuff is old news but its all new to us. Love you you let the people tell their story😎

    m raiderm raiderOy oldin
  • Not sure what she is all about next revolutionary? She needs to be in more deeper worlds history than, just own idea of Koreans. truth shall set be free from all hurting bandages.

    Yong ChandlerYong ChandlerOy oldin
  • This is such an insane story. Such a well-spoken and strong woman. I’m so glad she was able to receive that pardon and make it back home to share this experience with us. Thanks for giving her the platform. These interviews are eye-opening

    Lino GambinoLino GambinoOy oldin
  • She’s hot. Id give her another kid.

    Y’all Stupid As FuckY’all Stupid As FuckOy oldin
  • I want to know what Clinton gave up to get them back.

    WolfmotherWolfmotherOy oldin
  • I have great respect for you Patrick for the work you do. You are a great interviewer with much compassion. Awesome work.God Bless you.

    WolfmotherWolfmotherOy oldin
  • That was the bravest lady with such positive attitude . Her book should be required reading

    Dottie GriggsDottie GriggsOy oldin
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