About Lee Jong-Heon

Jong-Heon's, Lee
April 2014
East-Asia-Intel Reports;4/16/2014, p1
The article profiles Seoul, Korea-based journalist specializing in North Korean affairs, Dr. Lee Jong-Heon, who is a multilingual journalist and focuses on studies leading to a doctoral degree on the survivability of North Korea.


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