North Korea threatened to "blow up everything in Seoul"

North Korea threatened to "blow up everything in Seoul"

Seoul : South Korea | Apr 20, 2012 at 11:16 PM PDT
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Anti-North Korea Protest in Seoul

A mass rally of the Korean people in Kim Il Sung Square to express their indignation with the South Korean government

On 20/4, North Korea held a large public gathering at Kim Il Sung Square in the capital Pyongyang.

State news agency reflects Korea, the protesters expressed "indignation against the South Korean government has once again detrimental to the dignity of the Korean supreme leader."

A North Korean soldier, told the protesters that the military has "Korean determination to punish mercilessly by bullets." "We have the most powerful military means to attack them," the soldiers shouted.

Presiding over the rally was a general O Gum-chol. He threatened "to blow up everything" in Seoul, South Korea, saying, "disrespectful" to the supreme leader of North Korea.

The gathering took place a day after North Korea asked South Korea to apologize for the words they consider offensive to this country would otherwise have to "face a holy war."

Tensions escalated capital Koreas since President Lee took office in 2008 and abolished aid policy almost unconditionally to North Korea.

In recent times, Korea has launched a propaganda campaign against President Lee. Lee criticized his country for South Korea to ban the late president visited Pyongyang Kim Jong-il when he died in 12/2011.

North Korea accused South Korean President was "blasphemous" mass celebrations, birthdays of 100 years of founding leader Kim Il Sung. North Korea rally denouncing the protest was held in Pyongyang and Seoul President Lee's comments as well as South Korean media. The leaders of South Korea media has questioned the overall cost of the 100-year celebrate her birthday in the country being this a severe food shortage.

In another development, today (21/4), Yoshihiko Noda Japanese Prime Minister sent a letter to South Korean President Lee Myung-bak to discuss policy issues of cooperation in Korea. The letter was deputy chief of the Japanese Tsuyoshi Saito moved to South Korean President when he visited the Blue House today, preparing for a tripartite meeting with China next month.

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An anti-North Korea rally in Seoul
An anti-North Korea rally in Seoul
Le Thi Bich Lan is based in Vũng Tàu, Đông Nam Bộ, Vietnam, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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