David Sneddon (pictured) disappeared in 2004 while in Yunnan Province, China. Chinese police said he likely died by accident while hiking, but his body was never found
David Sneddon disappeared in Yunnan, China, in 2004, aged 24
Chinese police said he probably died hiking but his body was never found
Now a South Korean organization says he was kidnapped by North Korea
He was allegedly made to teach English to a young Kim Jong Un
And now he lives with a wife and kids in the capital, Pyongyang, they said
US Department of State has announced it will conduct a search for him
His mother Kathleen Sneddon said 'we knew in our heart that he was alive'