Welcome back to another entry of In Case You Wish You Missed It, the news you wish wouldn’t happen but, somehow, does.
Earlier this week, North Korea claimed to the world, by speaking to its citizens while the world was listening in, that it had evolved its nuclear weapons program by successfully testing a hydrogen bomb. The news came only days before Supreme Leader Kim Jong-Un’s birthday, which means North Korea will be rocking some serious fireworks when Kim hits the big 3-3.
While other nations are contemplating what to do about North Korea’s latest endeavors, South Korea has already begun preparations to enact one its more devastating responses, one that will likely end with charges of human rights violations. South Korea doesn’t plan on launching missiles at North Korea, or even sanctions. Instead, South Korea is preparing to launch 160 decibels of K-Pop music across the demilitarized zone between the two nations.
Laugh if you will, but the times that South Korea had enabled such an assault has resulted in both escalated threats as well as cease fires.
Here is a sample of what South Korea’s attack will entail. Be advised: what you are about to see and hear is extremely dangerous. Please do not watch and/or listen without proper protection.
Maybe the United States can follow suit by sending a naval fleet armed with loudspeakers pumping out Creed tunes.