Yeah. I know. Let that sink in.
As I've mentioned before, Koreans (North AND South) aren't really allowed to speak out against their government. Such things get censored online, and, as a result of global short-term memories, the assumption is that everyone likes the current government. Since this is what they're used to, the same assumption gets applied to Americans.
Trust me. I've had to quickly de-contort my face many times for that one.
Basically, everyone I've talked to here (who's Korean) is a pretty big fan of Obama. (Well... except potentially this girl.) But then again, I apparently missed a group.
I titled this post "What Korea Wants from President Obama." I probably should have clarified. CNN somehow got a small group of North Korean defectors to speak out - without having their identities protected, no less - on what they wanted from this election, and what they want moving forward. It's certainly not ground-breaking or incredibly unexpected, but it's still fascinating to watch.
Go ahead. Respond. What do you think is most important for President Obama to do this term?