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The American missionary jailed in North Korea says he's worried about his health. Bae discussed his health during a February ...
7th interview that was released by a newspaper with close ties to North Korea. (Feb. 11)
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SHOTLIST:SOURCE - CHOSON SINBO - MUST ON-SCREEN CREDIT "CHOSON SINBO", NO RE-SALE OR ARCHIVE. INTERNET AND MULTI-MEDIA USERS, PLEASE CONTACT CHOSON SINBO FOR AUTHORISATIONSHOTLIST++CLIENT NOTE: "CHOSON SINBO" IS A NEWSPAPER BASED IN JAPAN, PUBLISHED BY THE GENERAL ASSOCIATION OF KOREAN RESIDENTS, AN ORGANISATION WITH CLOSE TIES TO NORTH KOREA, REPRESENTING NORTH KOREAN RESIDENTS IN JAPAN++++QUALITY AS INCOMING++Unknown Location - 7 February, 20141. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Voice of Translator, Kenneth Bae, American Jailed in North Korea "I think it is very difficult to continuously work here in the longer term, as I still have a lot of pain in my back and legs. Therefore, if it is delayed again, I might likely have to get long-term treatment in a hospital. I hope that my issue gets tied up as soon as possible so that I can return to the arms of my loving family."STORYLINE A US citizen imprisoned in North Korea expressed concern about his health while being detained in prison, and said he may need "long-term treatment." Korean-American missionary Kenneth Bae, who was arrested in November 2012, said he hopes that his "issue gets tied up as soon as possible so that I can return to the arms of my loving family." Bae was speaking on 7 February in an interview video released by Choson Sinbo, a newspaper published by an the General Association of Korean Residents, an organisation with close ties to North Korea.(****END****)