Current TV Posts Euna and Laura Thank-You Video

Both thanked friends and stranger for supporting them

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    The two Current TV journalist asked for time before they shared their entire story of being held captive in North Korea.

    For the first time since being released, Euna Lee and Laura Ling are talking publicly together. 

    Current TV posted a thank you video on its Website Wednesday, exactly one week after the two journalist were released from North Korea.

    Tough Adjustment Period Ahead for Ling, Lee

    [BAY] Tough Adjustment Period Ahead for Ling, Lee
    The release of Laura Ling and Euna Lee is just the beginning of the difficult emotional journey the journalists face as they adjust to life after their four months in North Korean custody. (Published Thursday, Aug. 6, 2009)

    Current TV also released a written statement, which is the first of any kind for the San Francisco-based network since the two were taken captive back in March.

    "On March 17, 2009, our colleagues, Laura Ling and Euna Lee, were arrested by North Korean guards while reporting along the China-North Korea border. After 140 days detained in North Korea, Laura and Euna returned home," Current said.

    Laura Ling: We Could Feel Your Love

    [LA] Laura Ling: We Could Feel Your Love
    Laura Ling talks about the moment she and Euna Lee saw Bill Clinton waiting for them in North Korea. (Published Wednesday, Aug. 5, 2009)

    Ling and Lee were on assignment for Current when they were caught crossing over the border into North Korea.

    Former President Bill Clinton flew to the country to secure their release.

    In the video, both thanked their supporters and said while they plan on telling their story in the future, they needed time right now to be with their families.