Hee Yeon Lim, 26, defected from Pyongyang, North Korea in 2015 and made her way to Seoul, South Korea in 2016. She told the Mirror (UK) that she wants to expose North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, who is “dangerously clashing” with U.S. President Donald Trump. She described the 33-year-old despot as having teenage sex slaves, devouring exotic foods while millions starve, and ordering the executions of musicians.

She had a life of privilege before fleeing the country, thanks to her father Colonel Wui Yeon Lim, Korean People’s Army. Despite her father’s high-ranking position, she told the Mirror that she still lived with fear looming constantly when Kim Jong Un took the reigns as the North Korean dictator in 2011.

After Hee Yeon’s 51-year-old father died from an alcohol-related illness five years ago, she fled North Korea with her brother and her mother.

North Korean officials select teenage school girls to be used as sex slaves

Hee Yeon opened up to the Mirror from an undisclosed location in Seoul. For her security, the Mirror also changed her name. “She is risking her own life by telling the world how the paranoid leader lives,” the Mirror stated. She said that in spite of her family’s privileged life, they saw “terrible things in Pyongyang.” Hee Yeon said people can be killed for disloyalty.

She described to the Mirror how officials went to schools and selected teenage girls, choosing “the prettiest” and ensuring they have “straight, good legs.” The girls are taught to serve him delicacies such as caviar and to message him.

They also “become his sex slaves.” If the girls object or make a mistake, she stated, they could “very easily simply disappear.” After the married tyrant, who has a wife and three children, has determined he is done with a girl, he discards her and she is allowed to marry – a high-ranking official.

North Korean people order to witness public execution of musicians

Hee Yeon also detailed seeing the public execution of 11 North Korean musicians. They were accused of making a porn video. The killings took place not only after Kim Jong-Il died. When his son, the current oppressor, succeeded his father, security men told students to leave their classes.

She explained that they had to travel to a type of stadium at the Military Academy in Pyongyang.

“The musicians,” she relayed to the Mirror, “were brought out.” They were tied up and hooded. They were also gagged to prevent them from making noise – scream or beg for mercy. In all, she estimated that there were 10,000 people who were ordered to watch the executions. She stood 200 feet from the “victims,” she said. Guns were fired one after another.

She described the noise from the gunfire as deafening and terrifying. The musicians were reportedly “blown to bits.” Military tanks, then, moved in and ran over where the victims' remains lay on the ground, she said.

“I felt desperately ill from witnessing this.”

Defector escaped North Korea with grandmother’s help

Hee Yeon escaped North Korea after seeing classmates forced into sex slavery and witnessing the dictator’s gluttony and him ordering people to watch executions. She said, “I had to escape but he knows he cannot do that.” That is why, she believes, he has to appear strong. People in Pyongyang openly support Kim. If they do not, she said, they will be killed – even people in the tyrant’s inner-circle.

Though Hee Yeon is now in Seoul safely with her younger brother and her mother, she was recently from South Korean authorities intelligence after released after three month’s detention. Her grandmother in Japan planned the family’s escape from North Korea. She told the Mirror, “I never felt so happy as I felt when I got out.”