Some Soldiers Are Forced To Hitchhike
Imagine driving down the street one day and seeing a hitchhiker, it’s not that common but it happens. Many of us keep driving, not knowing the true intentions or dangerous past of the stranger asking to come into our car. But would you stop if that person begging for a ride was a soldier of your military? Potentially that’s still a yes, as you really can’t trust anyone on the side of the street, but it’d certainly be a lot harder for many people to say no to someone in the military. Unfortunately, this is a pretty common sight for many people in North Korea. The leaders of North Korea would certainly be embarrassed to find out you’re looking at the photograph of one of their soldiers begging for a ride. They think allowing their soldiers to nap is a sign of weakness, but how is a lack of adequate transportation not?