According to the Ministry of National Defence, the South Korean military has collected a total of 2,039,898 North Korean leaflets, mostly in the capital city Seoul, from January 2016 to February this year.
A military official said: “Thanks to northwesterly winds, the North's leaflets flew as far south as the Gyeongsang provinces said a military official.
Kim Jong-un has tried to spread his propagnda to South Korea
All the leaflets were incinerated instead of being analysed by military units
“All the leaflets were incinerated instead of being analysed by military units.”
The official added that the number of leaflets peaked at 351,809 in January and hit a low of 883 last July.
Forbidden photographs depict the true North Korean army
Wed, April 12, 2017
While tourists are able to visit North Korea as part of a controlled tour group, they are asked by their handlers to never take photographs of soldiers. These pictures taken by photographer Eric Lafforgue show the reality of military service in the secretive state
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Soldiers enjoy a ride at the funfair in Pyongyang
In response South Korea has resumed blasting anti-Pyongyang propaganda and South Korean pop music across the border.
South Korean officials believe their broadcasts will sting Kim Jong-un’s dictatorship by demoralising front line troops and residents.
Journalists visiting North Korea have have been told to prepare for a "big and important event" on Thursday as Pyongyang marks the 105th birth anniversary of its founding president Kim Il Sung on April 15, North Korea's biggest national day called "Day of the Sun”.
North Korea often marks important anniversaries with military parades and tests of its nuclear or missile capabilities.
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North Korea runs a tremendous propaganda campaign within the secretive country
With war tensions raging, officials worldwide are wondering whether Kim Jong-un will use the special date to strike America after months of threats over nuclear weapons.
The despotic leader has reportedly ordered residents of the country’s capital Pyongyang to leave the city immediately, sparking fears he may be preparing for war.
Trump has been repeatedly mentioned his dislike for Kim Jong-un
Reports in the Pravda Report, a Russian newspaper, claim more than 600,000 people, around 25 per cent of the city’s population, are being urgently evacuated, as tensions escalate between North Korea and the US.
The two Koreas share the world's most heavily fortified border since the Korean War in the early 1950s ended with an armistice, not a peace treaty. Around 28,500 American troops are deployed in South Korea as deterrence against North Korea.