North Korean defector is a fan of Girls' Generation  in  News

Back by:  desire  on  May 20, 2018 10:56 AM

North Korean defector is a fan of Girls' Generation

The 24-year-old North Korean soldier who defected to the South is a big fan ofGirls' Generation.

Earlier this month, a North Korean soldier with the surnameOhmade headlines when he dramatically escaped North Korea to cross the DMZ. The video released looks like a scene out of an action movie.

The North Korean soldier was shot multiple times near the DMZ line and was dragged to safety by South Korean soldiers.

After the rescue, he was transported toAjou University Hospitalin Suwon, South Korea and was operated by medical doctorLee Cook Jong. The medical team found parasitic worms in his intestines and found that Oh also suffers from Chronic Hepatitis and Tuberculosis. The doctors also are worried that Oh may be suffering from PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder). The doctors stated that Oh is 5'5" and weighs 130 pounds, he is several inches shorter and around 20 pounds lighter than the average South Korean male at the age of 18.

When Oh regained consciousness he stated that he came to South Korea of his own free will.

Lee Cook Jong said he talked to Oh a lot and especially about music. The hospital staff played music videos byGirls' Generationfor him and he enjoyed listening to K-pop songs. His favorite song from Girls' Generation is "Gee."

It was also revealed that Oh asked, "IsIUthe same age as me?" So it appears he knew about IU while he was in North Korea.

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