Donald Trump Says The U S Is Ready To Respond With Fire And Fury To North Korea

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Donald Trump says the U.S. is ready to respond with 'fire and fury' to North Korea
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Donald Trump says the U.S. is ready to respond with 'fire and fury' to North Korea

President Donald Trump responded to North Korea's threats. 

On August 8, President Trump stood before the press before the briefing on opioid addiction in Bedminster, NJ. 

After a reporter asked a question about North Korea's recent threat stating they would use nukes only against the U.S., President Trump commented, "North Korea best not make any more threats to the United States. They will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen."

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H.O.Ts Lee Jae Won Reveals He Spent Earnings To Fund His Grandfathers Escape From North Korea
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H.O.Ts Lee Jae Won Reveals He Spent Earnings To Fund His Grandfathers Escape From North Korea

On May 28, Lee Jae Won appeared as a guest on Channel As Were Coming to Meet You and revealed the shocking truth on where he spent his H.O.T promotions earnings.

I spent my earnings on helping my grandfather escape from North Korea, he said, surprising everyone. Later, it was unveiled that Lee Jae Wons father was the first to get in contact with a broker from North Korea. Being short on cash, he was contemplating about paying the broker fee to get Lee Jae Wons grandfather out of North Korea. Although the fee was very expensive, Lee Jae Won heard about the situation and responded, Of course we must do anything to bring grandfather back, and gave his father a huge sum of money.

North Korean soldier crosses border and surrenders after hearing about life in South Korea
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North Korean soldier crosses border and surrenders after hearing about life in South Korea

A North Korean soldier crossed over to South Korea after hearing about the life beyond the border.

On June 13, a North Korean soldier in his early 20s was caught crossing the MDL orMilitary Demarcation Line in Yeoncheon. The soldier, who is 175cm (5'7") in height and 52kg (114lbs) in weight, was identified to be a North Korean border patrol.

The soldier immediately raised his hands in the air and expressed his wish to surrender when spotted by the South Korean soldiers. He explained his strong wish to cross over to South Korea, and later further explained that his desires to do so grew stronger after listening to the stories by North Korean defectors aired through the South Korean loudspeaker broadcast aimed at the North.

Fans in North Korea are risking their lives to tweet about EXO?
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Fans in North Korea are risking their lives to tweet about EXO?

There are fans in North Korea who are risking their lives for EXO.

Twitter Korea recently shared an interesting video showing how more than 11 million tweets have been posted about EXO immediately after the start of the group's official Twitter account.

The red light signifies the areas where tweets have been made about the boy group. As you can see, the light shines brightly in South Korea and also in many other regions around the world including North America, South America, Europe, Southeast Asia, and East Asia.

North Korean defector who became a celebrity in South Korea returns to North Korea
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North Korean defector who became a celebrity in South Korea returns to North Korea

According to an exclusive by Joongang Ilbo, on July 16, a former defector of North Korea appeared on a North Korean propaganda media called 'Our Nation'. This individual used to go by the name of Im Ji Hyun back in South Korea and was a celebrity, starring on a show called 'South and North Korean Women' (clip below). On the North Korean propaganda show, she is now referred to as Jeon Hye Sung. When she used to go by Im Ji Hyun back in South Korea, she introduced herself as someone who used to be in the People's Forces Command in North Korea. But also spoke about the things she and many had to do while in North Korea.