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Propaganda Loudspeakers

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Propaganda Loudspeakers - © Attention Deficit Disorder Prosthetic Memory Program

South Korea’s speakers were first set up in the 1960s and since have blasted everything from Korean pop music to news reports across the border. Seoul has never confirmed how many speakers it has nor where they are. Their target audience are North Korean soldiers stationed in the DMZ and civilians living nearby. Sound from the speakers is known to reach up to 20 km to the north, a range that encompasses Kaesong, the location of North and South Korea’s now-defunct joint Industrial Complex.

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