Seoul City Sue

North Korean propagandist Seoul City Sue

Anna Wallis Suh, the woman generally associated with the nickname Seoul City Sue, was a Methodist missionary, educator, and North Korean propaganda radio announcer to United States forces during the Korean War. Anna was born in Arkansas, the sixth of six children. After her mother and father died in 1910 and 1914, she relocated to Oklahoma to join a sister's family while she completed high school. She spent her early adult years as an office clerk and Sunday school teacher.
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Birthday
1900
Deceased
1969
home town
Arkansas
Death Place
North Korea

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  • 1969
    Age 69
    Died in 1969.
    Born in 1969.
    Jenkins also stated that he was told in 1972 that Suh had been shot as a South Korean double agent in 1969.
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    Jenkins stated that he was told in 1972 that Suh had been shot as a South Korean double agent in 1969.
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