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South Korea Punishes Kim Jong Un With K-Pop for Nuclear Test

  • Loadspeaker broadcasts over border resume on Kim's birthday
  • Broadcasts `can reach deep and far into North Korea's society'
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With Kim Jong Un turning up the heat with North Korea’s fourth nuclear test, South Korea responded Friday by pumping up the volume. Literally.

At noon on North Korean leader Kim’s birthday, South Korea fired up loudspeakers along the heavily fortified border and resumed the propaganda blasts that brought the reclusive regime to a war footing in August -- and then to the negotiating table. South Korea has reinforced defensive positions near the loudspeakers in case of attack, while the North Korean army has stepped up surveillance along the border, the Defense Ministry said.