Letters from NK Refugee Kids in Hidden Shelters
LFNKR recently received letters from several of our foster children who are currently in first to third grades of elementary school. These children are being supported under LFNKR’s education sponsorship program. In their letters to their foster parents, the children mainly report on their school records.
Bae Hyong Hee
I am Bae Hyong Hee attending “S” elementary school. Thank you for sending money. I promise to study hard.
Kang Yong Hwa
I am Yong Hwa. I belong to group 1 of the second grade at “Q” elementary school. I have scored 96 points in Han language test, 95 points in Korean language test, and 78.5 points in math test. I want to be a doctor, so that I will be able to help my Grandma get well.
Lee Gyong Song
I am Gyong Song, a third grade pupil at “S” elementary school. Thank you very much for helping me with money so that I can keep going to school.
Kim Guang Chol
I am Guang Chol. I am in group 1 of the second grade. I have scored 100 points in Han language test, 75 points in math test, and 70.5 points in Korean language test.
Park Un Hae
I am Un Hae. I go to “Q” elementary school. I scored 78 points in Han language test, 92 points in Korean language test, and 75 points in math test. I want to be a doctor when I grow up.
The children’s names have been changed and the school names given only as initials to guard their privacy and to shield them from arrest by Chinese authorities.