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Topic - Park Yoo-Hee
A young man climbs a dusty, narrow staircase toward a job interview. A kindly police officer walking ahead of him looks back and says, "Don't tell him you're from North Korea, OK?"
"For the South Korean audience then, seeing a North Korean character with conflicting emotions was refreshing," said Park Yoo-hee, the film critic. "Until the mid-1990s, for more than three decades, it was impossible for such films to pass government censorship."
Park said the real Chun's life was full of difficulty.