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WATCH: North Korean media releases video showing rocket attack on South Korean president

April 5, 2016

SEOUL — An official North Korean website has released a new propaganda video portraying a multiple rocket attack on South Korea’s presidential Blue House and other government buildings in Seoul.

It was uploaded on Monday (April 4) to the DPRK Today website, which had released another video 10 days before depicting a nuclear attack on Washington.

The new 88-second video — entitled “If the ultimatum goes unanswered” — showed rockets fired from mobile launchers in the North slamming into the Blue House and destroying the buildings in a ball of fire.

It ended with the warning: “Everything will turn into ashes”. AFP


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1 Response to Fake news: Video of #NorthKorean #attack on #SouthKorea’s #BlueHouse…

  1. Edward Lye says:

    History repeating itself?

    “On 1968, January 21, North Korea’s guerrillas infiltrated the border and reached till Segumjunggogae (Sinyeong-dong, Jongno-gu) of Seoul to attack the Blue House to assassinate the President Park Chung-hee.[2] From this 1.21 state, the Central Intelligence Agency of South Korea built 209th Detachment, 2325th Group (unit 684- 1968. April) in revenge. At that moment, unit 684 members had to endure hellish training for three years and four months. However, during the training period, South Korean government decided to follow policy that ties the two countries. From that, Unit 684 members escaped Silmido to mutiny. However, they were invested by government troops in Youngdungpo-gu Daebang-dong. Then, Unit 684 group committed suicide in a stolen bus on August 23, 1971.[3]

    After the novel Silmido (1999) of Baek Dong-ho was published, Silmido became known. The movie Silmido (2003) of Kang Woo-suk hit 10 million audiences, and Silmido’s history was known. Nowadays, even after the movie set is already gone, many people go to this island to feel historical base.”

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