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She fooled Chinese authorities by pretending her mother and brother were deaf and dumb but as they neared Vietnam's capital Vientiane, her family was arrested and imprisoned.Unable to afford the bribes to get them out, she was on the brink of tears in a backpacker cafe when she was approached by and Australian man named Dick Stolp.It looked like a place full of colour and that's what confused me' Kindness: Unable to afford the bribes to get them out, she was out of options until she was approached by and Australian man named Dick Stolp, above with Hyeonseo, who paid for their release.Pictured: North Korean women work in front of a building in Hyesan Much has been made of whether Kim Jong-un has the nuclear capability to launch a nuclear strike against his enemies but the secretive and propagandist nature of his country make it difficult to be sure.But it was not until the famine of 1995 when a 15-year-old Hyeonseo saw dead, emaciated bodies strewn across the streets of her home city of Hyesan, in Ryanggang Province, that she knew North Koreans were being lied to.'I'd see dead bodies on the street by day and nights were a black hole,' she explained.'We always had power shortages in the country.'I was living right next to the border with China and it was the only country I could compare to my own.'When I looked across the river it was a completely different world - there were no people dying.Escape from hell: Years after escaping through China by pretending to be Chinese and passing stringent tests on its history and culture, Hyeonseo helped her mother and brother to escape in an extraordinary feat of bravery New home: Hyeonseo brought her mother through China by pretending they were deaf and dumb to fool border guards.

Hyeonseo Lee, who escaped in a daring mission through China, says the despotic leader would 'certainly' launch his deadly arsenal if he faced defeat at the hands of the US.'At the very last minute, when he finds out that he's going to lose all his power he's definitely going to use it,' she told Mail Online in a fascinating interview highlighting what life is really like inside the secretive state.'There's a slogan in North Korea which goes: 'America dies, we die, we all die together'.'He would launch missiles at South Korea, Japan and America.It looked like a place full of colour and that's what confused me.'In 1997, aged just 17, she trekked alone across the frozen Yalu River into China where she lived with distant relatives as an illegal immigrant for ten years before entering South Korea as refugee.Once settled and enrolled on a degree course, she risked being executed by venturing back into North Korea to rescue her mother, who now lives with her in Seoul, and brother who is studying at Columbia University in New York.Scroll down for video Embracing the West: Hyeonseo Lee, now 37, escaped North Korea as a teenager in an astonishingly daring mission through China.She says the despotic leader would 'certainly' launch his deadly arsenal as a last stand if he faced defeat at the hands of the US Behind the curtain: Hyeonseo Lee cuddles into her mother in a picture taken inside North Korea when she was just a toddler.It is so tiring [watching the parades] that it weakens your bones and joints...

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