Korea Conflict Leaves Border Zone Jittery – Wall Street Journal

SEOUL—For Eun Geum-hong, seeking underground shelter from North Korean attack is an occupational hazard of farming chili peppers and bitter gourd on the inter-Korean border.

As senior aides to the leaders of North and South Korea remained locked in round-the-clock talks late on Monday aimed at preventing an escalation of a military confrontation that has spurred an arms buildup and threatening rhetoric on both sides, Mr. Eun, 66…

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