North Korea: THIS eerie government-issued app reveals disturbing apocalyptic fears

Saturday, February 10, 2018
By Paul Martin

FEARFUL residents in Seoul have revealed their apocalyptic preparations given the deteriorating state of affairs with North Korea.

Sat, Feb 10, 2018

Despite hope that the Winter Olympic Games truce will last, many South Korean locals are more pessimistic, according to a US report this week.

Speaking to ABC News, a contingent of residents in Seoul revealed how they have prepared for mass evacuations and chemical attacks from Kim Jong-un’s regime.

Seung Yeob Woo, a well-known expert in how to survive a nuclear blast in Seoul, carries an emergency backpack at all times in case of a sudden North Korean attack.

He uses an app, developed by the South Korean government, to find his nearest nuclear shelter.

According to Woo, the distance between the launch sites and the capital mean that people in Seoul would have just five minutes to reach a shelter.

It has been more than 70 years since the Korean War, but some South Koreans believe they have remained the regime’s main target.

Locals told the US broadcaster that even a limited US strike would see the North Korean regime attack Seoul, not the US.

Foreign policy analysts believe that an attack on its capital, which lies barely 35 miles from the border, would trigger “a collapse on both sides of the border”.

Seoul-based businessman Wan Hyuk Go makes his living from selling nuclear bunkers fitted with oxygen tanks, hand-cranked power generators and internet access.

He told ABC that each nuclear test in North Korea prompts a dramatic surge in the number customers.

Hyun Tak Kim, an outdoor gear store owner, echoed this, pointing out that his most popular products have been radio, gas masks and emergency rations.

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