North Korea's Fake Town in the DMZ

The Demilitarized Zone is a thick border between North Korea and South Korea. Most of the zone is empty and under constant surveillance. But a couple of existing villages were allowed to remain in the zone, and a new village, controlled by North Korea, sprung up. Apparently, Kijŏng-dong's only purpose is propaganda. Half as Interesting explains. -via Digg

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