The UK hosts one of the largest North Korean populations outside of North-East Asia.
Since 2003, more than 1,300 North Koreans have applied for asylum in the UK – and 544 have been granted asylum.
- Markus Bell
- The Conversation
The Home Office, which decides who stays and who’s turned away, has rejected almost one-third of applicants.
High up the list, of course, is South Korea, where the number of North Korean refugees recently topped 31,000 people – more than 20,000 of whom have arrived in the…