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Topic - Jang Jin-Sung
He says he was one of late North Korean leader Kim Jong Il's favorite propaganda artists, singing the praises of the Dear Leader in dozens of poems. But these days Jang Jin-sung says he prefers to tell the truth about North Korea.
"It's all about rivalries between the generations," he said. "They don't have the experience to deal with a situation like this, with so much power struggle. For Kim Jong Un to sustain himself he's got to have a strong rule, controlling his people through fear of punishment or fear of reprisal."
Jang said his doubts solidified when, working in the propaganda ministry, he got hold of and read South Korean books.