Joy Yoon
A surprising discovery in the unlikliest of places... Joy Yoon and her husband spent more than ten years as humanitarian NGO workers in one of the world’s most foreboding and closed societies. What she learned there will surprise you and challenge your preconceptions.
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Joy Yoon and her family lived in North Korea as humanitarian NGO workers for more than ten years. Originally from Illinois, Joy grew up in South Korea as the child of university professors. In 2007 she moved to North Korea with her husband to embark on a humanitarian aid mission, providing medical supplies and training to North Korean medical clinics and hospitals. In the process she discovered that building genuine trusting relationships was the key to meaningful engagement with the people of North Korea. Over the course of a decade in North Korea, she and her husband helped initiate groundbreaking new treatment programs and discovered surprising joy in the process.
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Joy Yoon
A surprising discovery in the unlikliest of places... Joy Yoon and her husband spent more than ten years as humanitarian NGO workers in one of the world’s most foreboding and closed societies. What she learned there will surprise you and challenge your preconceptions.
Paperback
eBook
About the author
Joy Yoon and her family lived in North Korea as humanitarian NGO workers for more than ten years. Originally from Illinois, Joy grew up in South Korea as the child of university professors. In 2007 she moved to North Korea with her husband to embark on a humanitarian aid mission, providing medical supplies and training to North Korean medical clinics and hospitals. In the process she discovered that building genuine trusting relationships was the key to meaningful engagement with the people of North Korea. Over the course of a decade in North Korea, she and her husband helped initiate groundbreaking new treatment programs and discovered surprising joy in the process.
About the book
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Joy Yoon
A surprising discovery in the unlikliest of places... Joy Yoon and her husband spent more than ten years as humanitarian NGO workers in one of the world’s most foreboding and closed societies. What she learned there will surprise you and challenge your preconceptions.
About the author
Joy Yoon and her family lived in North Korea as humanitarian NGO workers for more than ten years. Originally from Illinois, Joy grew up in South Korea as the child of university professors. In 2007 she moved to North Korea with her husband to embark on a humanitarian aid mission, providing medical supplies and training to North Korean medical clinics and hospitals. In the process she discovered that building genuine trusting relationships was the key to meaningful engagement with the people of North Korea. Over the course of a decade in North Korea, she and her husband helped initiate groundbreaking new treatment programs and discovered surprising joy in the process.
About the book
Contact the author
Joy Yoon
A surprising discovery in the unlikliest of places... Joy Yoon and her husband spent more than ten years as humanitarian NGO workers in one of the world’s most foreboding and closed societies. What she learned there will surprise you and challenge your preconceptions.
About the author
Joy Yoon and her family lived in North Korea as humanitarian NGO workers for more than ten years. Originally from Illinois, Joy grew up in South Korea as the child of university professors. In 2007 she moved to North Korea with her husband to embark on a humanitarian aid mission, providing medical supplies and training to North Korean medical clinics and hospitals. In the process she discovered that building genuine trusting relationships was the key to meaningful engagement with the people of North Korea. Over the course of a decade in North Korea, she and her husband helped initiate groundbreaking new treatment programs and discovered surprising joy in the process.
About the book
Contact the author
Joy Yoon
A surprising discovery in the unlikliest of places... Joy Yoon and her husband spent more than ten years as humanitarian NGO workers in one of the world’s most foreboding and closed societies. What she learned there will surprise you and challenge your preconceptions.
Joy Yoon and her family lived in North Korea as humanitarian NGO workers for more than ten years. Originally from Illinois, Joy grew up in South Korea as the child of university professors. In 2007 she moved to North Korea with her husband to embark on a humanitarian aid mission, providing medical supplies and training to North Korean medical clinics and hospitals. In the process she discovered that building genuine trusting relationships was the key to meaningful engagement with the people of North Korea. Over the course of a decade in North Korea, she and her husband helped initiate groundbreaking new treatment programs and discovered surprising joy in the process.