U.S. Citizen,Early 30s, Caught Trying To Swim From South Korea To North Korea To Meet Leader “Kim Jong-un”
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Media:Koreaboo - Korea Herald
Posted:Wednesday September 17, 2014 @6:30 p.m PST
South Korean government officials revealed on Wednesday that a U.S. citizen was caught attempting to cross the river border between South and North Korea.
The man, who reportedly is in his early 30s, was taken into custody by South Korean Marines. The man was attempting to swim across the Han River, to head into North Korea around 11:55pm from Gimpo, Gyeonggi Province.
A U.S. citizen was caught trying to cross a river border between South and North Korea, government sources said Wednesday.
When asked, the man responded, “My purpose was to meet the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un”.
Officially revealed that the man was swimming with the current when he grew tired and laid low near the riverside, and was arrested by Marines. They continued to say, “I believe this is the first time an American tried to flee to the North through Gimpo area”
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