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People will rise against N Korean regime Media captionNorth Korean defector Thae Yong ho said thinking about the fate of his family in North Korea "breaks his heart" In August last year, Thae Yong ho became one of the highest ranking officials ever to defect from North Korea.

In a wide ranging interview in Seoul, he tells the BBC's Stephen Evans he believes leader Kim Jong un would be prepared to attack the US with nuclear weapons, but that the regime will one day fall. He told the BBC that he was sure that his family have been punished for his defection. This realisation both grieves him and steels him against the regime. "I'm sure that my relatives and pandora charms and beads my brothers and sisters are either sent to remote, closed areas or to prison camps, and that really breaks my heart," he said. If he could imagine his brother shouting to him in anguish from prison in North Korea, what would he reply? "That is really a question I don't like to even think about. That is why I am very determined to do everything possible to pull down the regime to save not only my family members but also the whole North Korean people from slavery." Top North Korean defector fled 'slavery' Pyongyang calls UK based defector 'scum' My friend the North Korean defector It was pandora bracelet cost his closer family in London who persuaded Thae Yong ho to pandora bangle australia defect. He found himself defending the regime to his children, particularly his younger son who was a bright kid in a West London state school. The lad grew long hair and wondered how he would be treated back in North Korea. Why, the teenager asked, were North Koreans barred from the internet? Mr Thae said that in the privacy of their home, they started being honest about the regime, because "you can't lie to your family". He started leading a double life, addressing far left groups in Britain about the virtues of socialism while denouncing it at home and all the time having to tell his sons that they mustn't breathe a word. He increasingly asked those he met from the West about life in Seoul. North Korean diplomats travel in twos so each keeps an eye on the other. So his questions about the West were often while his (presumably) unsuspecting comrade was taking a break with a visit to the toilet at their favourite West London curry house. Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionIn December Thae Yong ho told the BBC he does not regret his decision Then, eight months ago, Mr Thae and his family vanished from the embassy where they lived, only to turn up in Seoul. He won't say how that journey was made, whether the secret services of Britain or the United States or South Korea were involved. But he did expand on the process whereby he changed his mind. The son who prompted the change had won a place in Imperial College in London. But he will now study in South Korea life as an obviously Korean student in London would have been too dangerous, exposing him to the risk of abduction by North Korean agents. In London, Mr Thae always seemed at ease. He was well groomed and softly spoken and would have fitted in well at a suburban tennis club which is precisely what he did. "I really miss the life, especially in Ealing. Even now I am really sorry for not saying goodbye to the tennis club members because they are really nice and gentle. If possible, I want to say the official goodbye to my old St Columba's Tennis Club members. "My younger son even joined this club when he was eight. We had a really wonderful coach and he taught the whole family how to play tennis, me my kids and my wife. "I really miss the English spring and autumn and I really want to say goodbye and thank you." Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionThis footage appears to show Kim Jong chol (L) alongside Thae Yong ho at the Royal Albert Hall in London As a diplomat, Mr Thae was the servant of a brutal regime and a servant of its leader. He denies that he ever broke the law.

North Korean diplomats are reputed to engage in all kinds of illegality from dispersing fake money to committing fraud, but Mr Thae said he wasn't involved, because in Europe, law enforcement is too effective to charms for pandora bracelets cheap get away with it. The only crime the embassy committed, he said, was to drive without paying the congestion charge and for that it owes 100,000 ($125,000).


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