July 02, 2020

South Korean politicians speak out against leaflets
Activist group may be doing more harm than good, legislators say

Since the exchange of fire at Yeoncheon last Friday, several South Korean politicians have spoken out against the scattering of leaflets defaming the North Korean regime in fear of jeopardizing civilian safety and inter-Korean relations.

Kim Moo-sung, leader of the ruling Saenuri Party, said that he believes the South should “refrain from acts that aggravate the North” and instead focus on “exchange, cooperation and dialogue.”