Inside the North Korean tunnels designed to move 30,000 troops beneath its border with South Korea
NORTH Korea has dug tunnels underground, giving Kim Jong-un the ability to send 30,000 troops an hour beneath his country’s border with South Korea for a stealth attack.
Fears have been raised that as many as 84 secret war tunnels have been built, with some boasting sleeping areas, a railway and enough space to move tanks, reports The Sun.
The existence of these sprawling tunnels has raised the risk of a surprise invasion amid heightened tensions between the North and South. – READ MORE