More Videos Gay North Korean defector speaks out Story highlights Jang Yeong-jin defected to South Korea in He was driven to leave the North by the difficulties of living there as a gay man. Throughout their marriage, he felt guilty and confused, ashamed that he was, in his words, "ruining one woman's life. Jang did not hear the word "homosexual" for the first 37 years of his life, saying he had no concept of what it meant, something not unusual in his native North Korea. Jang Yeong-jin says he knows of other people in North Korea who have had the same experience.
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