When Yeonmi Park was a young girl in North Korea's Ryanggang Province, near the Chinese border, she went to her uncle's house to watch TV. But this wasn't the usual state-run broadcast praising the "Dear Leader." The movie she watched at her uncle's house was illegal.
She covered the windows with blankets, turned the volume down low and huddled in close around the TV. She watched a pirated copy of Titanic.