Korean residents in Pitt County are watching closely as tensions in the world’s last divided country have risen in the wake of belligerent acts and threatening rhetoric from North Korea’s president.
With reports of two missiles deployed on North Korea’s east coast and President Kim Jung Un’s threats targeted at the United States, the U.S. military and South Korea have begun making defensive preparations.
But for many Koreans, these shows of aggression have become a part of life that often can be shrugged off, though not ignored.
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