Anti-North Korea Comic Books Distributed

News comes from the Korean Times that the National Police Agency has published comic books critical of the North Korea regime and it’s nuclear program.  The goal is to provide security education to elementary and middle school students.

The agency invested 90 million Won which is about $77,000 in American dollars.  They produced 150,000 copies and distributed them to schools and police stations.

This is all a part of an effort to strengthen education about security.  The two nations went to war in June of 1950 and paused confrontation in July 1953.  There has never been an official treaty ending the war (it’s technically still going on for this reason) and occasional flair ups and skirmishes have occurred.  North and South Korea are divided by a demilitarized zone (DMZ) at the 38th parallel.