The soldiers, a self-fulfilling prophecy of impending death, advanced unflinchingly with one goal: kill Park Chung-hee, then President of South Korea.
It was dark when it started, just before midnight on January 17, 1968. Thirty-one North Korean soldiers moved stealthily through the DMZ. Reaching a chain-link fence, the men changed into coveralls and army uniforms
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