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Escaping

There are two articles on the CNN website right now about North Korea, but neither of the articles has anything to do with nuclear weapons.

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The Innocence Of North Korea And China

My last article was about the cyber attacks against South Korean banks and TV broadcasters. Originally it was believed that North Korea was to blame, but the IP address was tracked to China.

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China Cyber Attacks South Korea

Yesterday I was checking on a few different things online when the breaking news hit that South Korea was being affected by cyber attacks.

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B-52 Bombers And Propaganda Videos

The United States and South Korea have military drills routinely to practice their battle readiness in case North Korea does attack. I do find having military drills necessary, but this is not just a routine practice; it is more significant than a normal routine.

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Cyber Attacking North Korea

The latest news from redOrbit and CNN reports that the North Korean government claims that the United States and South Korea are attacking their Internet servers.

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Lovers And The Lonely: Korean Romantic Holidays

For most single people, once Valentine’s Day is over, the time for mushy lovey dovey stuff is over for an entire year.

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North Korea Gets 3G And Twitter

If you read my posts regularly, then you know that I talked about Dennis Rodman going to North Korea and participating in an exhibition basketball game.

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Korean Rebellion: March First

Last Friday, March 1st, I had the day off from work and a three-day weekend. It is a seemingly unimportant day to Americans and other westerners. However, in Korea, it is important enough of a holiday that all schools, elementary to university, are off for the day.

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Potato Party: French Fries

As an American, I love French fries. And even though I live in South Korea, I still make my pilgrimage to McDonald’s now and again.

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Dennis Rodman’s Controversial Visit To North Korea

I didn’t expect to see Dennis Rodman, the former Chicago Bulls superstar, and Kim Jong Un’s name paired together in the same news article.

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