North Korea Litters in South Korea as response to kpop noise pollution

Ever since January 6, tensions between North and South Korea have been high. Jan. 6 was the day North Korea learned to stop worrying and love the bomb by creating an artificial earthquake with, what they claim was, a test of the country’s first functioning hydrogen bomb. The jury is out on whether that’s really what happened.

After North Korea’s show of power, the south decided they were having none of it. That if NK can get get loud, so can they. They reinstated their attack on North Korean morale by pumping K-pop music through the speakers on its side of the fence. To which North Korea said “oh THAT’s how you’re gonna play it?” and responded in kind by sending over ONE MILLION propaganda pamphlets over the boarder via balloon.

Thus beginning the most passive-aggressive cold-war in history.

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