North Korea sends chilling coded radio messages to South Korea

North Korea has sent a chilling coded message across South Korea’s airwaves in a defiant act designed to ramp up tensions that are already at boiling point. Tension has been high for months on the Korean peninsula over North Korea’s nuclear and missile development amid fears it will conduct a sixth nuclear test and more ballistic missile launches in defiance of UN Security Council resolutions.

Kim Jong-un’s hermit state resumed broadcasting the eerie numbers via its radio station in Pyongyang last June, using them to direct their spies across the border in the South. But the ghostly broadcasts – which are usually broadcast at midnight – was aired last night for the first time since Moon Jae-in was sworn in as South Korea’s new president. READ MORE


2 Comments on "North Korea sends chilling coded radio messages to South Korea"

  1. How do start a nuclear war with the Southern part of your island? I don’t know; this baffles me. And I still can’t believe these idiots are a geopolitical problem after all the blood we lost there over 60 years ago.

  2. Gabriel M. Apostol | May 13, 2017 at 9:58 am |

    There is a good reason why forgiveness is important.

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