South Korean activists send humanitarian help to North Korea using sea stream – rise, medicines, publications and even American dollars. They say the stream will deliver everything to the west town and villages all over the west coast of NK.

This way the group of activists sends almost 500 kilos of rise and flash drives with prohibited in NK films. One of the activists has escaped from NK. One time he even met with the American president. Now he wants to spread the flash cards with a video where Trump criticizes Kim Jong Un policy after his threatens of nuclear attack.

The UN has counted that almost 40% of NK citizens are starving. There are risks that after numerous sanctions against Pyongyang  people there may have even worse living conditions. Settlers from NK who now live in SK have collected money to help them.

The Christian Union supports the activists and sends the Bibles to NK, where they are prohibited by communist government.