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Seoul derided over spy story that masked wife's murder

She was a ruthless secret agent, codenamed Suzi Kim, who was so loyal to her pay-masters in Stalinist North Korea that she was willing to kidnap her husband. He was a well-connected entrepreneur from South Korea who narrowly and luckily escaped his wife’s efforts, and those of other enemy agents, to spirit him across the border. She ended up dead, beaten up, strangled by a rope, and shoved under a bed in a Hong Kong hotel – a fate viewed by many South Koreans as befitting a spy and a traitor. He ended up running a company developing software for security systems, giving the occasional tearful press conference about his ordeal, hobnobbing with the Seoul élite and being paraded by his government as a national hero in the battle against Communism. Full Story

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