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Chad O'Carroll has written on North Korea since 2010 and writes between London and Seoul.
South Korea won't rule out actions against human rights groups broadcasting radio programs into North Korea if Pyongyang takes issue with it, a spokesperson from the Ministry of Unification (MOU) told NK News on Tuesday.
During a government press tour at Ganghwa Island and near the inter-Korean border, NK News asked the unification ministry whether it would "not touch radio going to North Korea" in the event that the DPRK complains about it in a similar fashion to its campaign against leaflet launches in June. In response, a ministry spokesperson said that they could not provide a "yes or no answer" to the question.