Sonic attack: why South Korea bombards the North with news, K-pop and good times

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All along the demilitarised zone that separates the two countries, the South torments its northern enemy with hidden giant speakers that hurl out anything from propaganda to weather reports at ear-splitting volume

While the world digests North Korea’s declaration that it has joined the club of nuclear states, the usually tranquil border separating the country from its neighbour to the south has again become the setting for a very different form of warfare.

Encouraged by last month’s defection of a North Korean soldier, South Korea attempted to compound Pyongyang’s embarrassment by relaying news of the defection to troops and civilians on the other side of the demilitarised zone (DMZ) – the 4km-wide buffer that has divided the two Koreas since the end of their 1950-53 war.

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