Landmines from North Korea are washing up on a popular beach in South Korea

Landmines from North Korea are washing up on a popular beach in South Korea
Print This Article

KIM Jong-un’s henchmen are tossing explosives into the sea near a South Korean beach in an attempt to harm tourists.

Soldiers from the dictatorship have been throwing landmines into the Yellow Sea, knowing that strong local currents take them to the waters directly off a popular South Korean tourist destination, according to reports.

Dongmak Beach on Ganghwa Island is a well-known spot for foreigners and locals wanting to escape the bustling capital city of Seoul for the day — but it is also right next door to the tense border between the North and South.

North Korean military bosses have reportedly discovered that strong currents push the landmines around the island before dumping them on the beach, The Sun reports.

Source: Landmines from North Korea are washing up on a popular beach in South Korea

  Categories: