April 23, 2024

Seoul accuses North Korea of meddling in elections by ‘belittling’ Yoon Suk-yeol

ROK claims anti-Yoon articles in state media are ‘serious threat’ — even though most South Koreans can’t read them

South Korea’s unification ministry has accused North Korea of attempting to interfere in next week’s general elections by publishing articles “belittling” President Yoon Suk-yeol — even though most South Koreans are blocked from reading DPRK media.

In a statement released Tuesday, Seoul claimed that recent articles about Yoon in state media represent a “serious threat” to the ROK’s liberal democracy.

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