Two versions of the environment: how nature fares in North Korea – Knowledge
Barbed wire fences begin soon after Seoul, and Bernhard Seliger knows why. “Out because of the spies North Korea“, says the representative of the German Hanns-Seidel-Foundation in Korea, as he steers the car further north on the expressway into the outskirts of the South Korean capital On the other bank of the wide river, you can see the thinning forest of high-rise buildings in the metropolitan area. “In the past, mini-submarines drove into the river and dropped off agents,” says Seliger. Today, the fences are primarily used to keep reckless consumers away If there were fences, it would quickly be covered with rubbish.” The cold war in Korea also has its environmentally friendly sides.