South Korean police have tightened security around 9 basedmedia organizations of the country after North Korea vowed toconduct "the special military measures" aimed at those agencies"with the means and measures unprecedented measures. "
South Korea said police have increased patrols around the headquarters of the nine agencies in Seoul conservative media, including TV stations KBS, MBC, YTN and the newspaperDong-A Ilbo, Chosun Ilbo, JoongAng Ilbo.
According to an unnamed police official, over 200 security personnel have been deployed to protect the media.
Meanwhile, South Korean military was placed under maximum security alert to counter any attack by North Korea that potential.Defense Ministry spokesman Kim Min-suk, declined to commentabout the possibility of North Korea launched a new provocativeactions but said the Korean military is watching "one election,most" of the Korean Army .
Korean deployment of security measures on only a day afterNorth Korean army said it would make a whole system of Seoul and conservative media of South Korea into ashes within 3 or 4minutes to retaliation for President Lee Myung-bak and the mediathis country has deliberately slandered the North Korean leaderand distort public opinion in South Korea.
Korea is considered the threat of North Korea is particularly serious.