Born to South Korean parents and having spent most of his life in Singapore, undergraduate Gim Joo Hyung, 25, imagined North Koreans to be rough and inflexible.
However, his stereotypes were overturned after spending long hours with the North Korean delegation during the Trump-Kim summit last week as the main interpreter on the ground for the Singapore Police Force.
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