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Secretive, brave, foolhardy, family man: A Mole in DPRK

The award winning documentary 'The Mole: Infiltrating North Korea' has taken the world by storm. For the first time ever, The Mole, also known as Ulrich Larsen are giving the exclusive presentation from his decade undercover with unique details and stories, never before told to the public.

A feat the CIA hasn't succeeded in more than 20 years.

Hear The Mole Ulrich Larsen report on a decade undercover among communists who are still fighting their political beliefs in the North Korean regime. Get an insight in a blind support of a totalitarian state that oppresses its population and keeps it in the deepest poverty, that still bewilders The Mole today. Hear, how The Mole infiltrated the most dedicated circle in the KFA, high ranked people inside the North Korean elite and those who illegally help the regime bypassing international sanctions against it.

Ulrich is The Mole – but he is also an ordinary man – A human being with a crazy story of a decade as an international con man, husband and father. Get the unique opportunity of finding answers to the questions, that the documentary The Mole – Undercover in North Korea left behind. and perhaps the most important answer of all – Why would an ordinary Family man from Denmark risk his life infiltrating the most dangerous regime in the world?

A story that comes with new details about:

  • Details of the detection of the arms trade and the production of methamphetamine in North Korea.
  • Seconds before the unveiling in a basement bunker in Spain.
  • How a Family man managed to be undercover among extreme communists and pretend to be one of them for 10 years.
  • Ulrich’s participation in CIA training in the U.S.
  • and many more wild stories

Today, Ulrich can look back on a crazy journey. For more than a decade he got to learn about a spy’s lifestyle, with help from some of the most experienced operational MI5 and CIA agents – and ended up getting close to the North Korean regime, closer than most intelligence services has been able to. He never expected to become a recognized face around the World, but since the release, ‘The Mole: Infiltrating North Korea’, has been the fastest and best-selling Danish documentary of all time.