North, South Korea soldiers exchange gunfire at DMZ

Officials in Seoul say North Korean soldiers fired two rounds toward a guard post, and South Korean soldiers immediately responded with three shots. The incident raises tension before next month’s G-20 summit in Seoul.

By John M. Glionna, Los Angeles Times October 29, 2010|8:06 a.m.

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3 Replies to “North, South Korea soldiers exchange gunfire at DMZ”

  1. This happens fairly often, friends that served in Korea say that on the DMZ you don’t dare show any part of your body or a sniper will shoot you, this was just routine harassment.

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