In 1977, a number of disappearances were recorded along the Japanese coast, including that of a 13-year-old girl, Megumi Yokota. The families of those who vanished had no idea what had happened to their loved ones, nor that their disappearances were connected, until nearly two decades later, when Kim Jong Il shocked the world by admitting that North Korea had abducted Japanese citizens, and forced them to live in North Korea, to learn Japanese language and culture from them.
Posts Tagged Kim Jong Il
Kim Jong-Il is definitely dead in real life, but on “30 Rock” … maybe not.
Oh, Kim Jong-il, why did you have to go and ruin a “30 Rock” subplot? The death of the North Korea strongman on Saturday has left the NBC sitcom in… More
The producers at “Today” had to know that pairing Bill Clinton and “Office” star Mindy Kaling in a segment where they list their favorite books would produce odd results, right? Watch and see for yourself.