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North Korea Kidnapped My Daughter is a book by Japanese activist and Narkan founder Sakie Yokota. The book is about her daughter, Megumi, who was kidnapped in 1977 at the age of 13, in an incident related to a series of North Korean abductions of Japanese citizens from 1977 to 1983. Her family discovered the truth 20 years after the kidnapping. Saike put faith in North Korea for her daughter's fate. The book was translated by Vertical. In 2012 she and her husband Shingru wrote another book, Megumi e no Yuigon.