South Korea Taunts North Korea By Playing A Powerful Song At The Border

qtanimalsPublished: June 26, 2017Updated: June 27, 2017278,539 plays$769.25 earned
Published: June 26, 2017Updated: June 27, 2017

South Korea is known to use a tactic of blasting loud music into North Korea using special loudspeakers that can be heard from a long distance. They do this as an effort to spread propaganda, showing how much better their country is and reveal the lies that are being spread up there.

During a tour of the DMZ (demilitarized zone), this tourist stands in awe as he looks into the North Korean landscape and hears this song being blasted into their neighboring country. "No time for losers, cause we are the champions of the world" Is South Korea "poking the beast" with this kind of taunting song?

We just love that they picked out one of the most epic songs ever written in the history of music and humankind, and at least they will educate the citizens of the “Hermit Kingdom” about what good music sounds like.

The propaganda speakers had previously been set up a decade ago, though heightened tensions between the two countries seemingly caused the South Korean government to once again use them in order to annoy the dictator Kim Jong-un’s regime. Do you think this was successful? Well at least it's an original method, to say the least.

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      pincin · 1 year ago

      So silly. If they really want to taunt North Korea, they've picked the wrong Queen song. They should be playing "My Fairy King," as Roger Taylor's ultra high-pitched wailing is so fantastically unnerving that they'd surrender in no time at all! (It's a kind of magic)!