North Korean artillery fired on a South Korean anti-Pyongyang propaganda town, Yeoncheon. Which in turn provoked the south to fire back with 155 mm shells, hitting near four military outposts. No casualties were reported from either side. But both governments fear more attacks in the near future, instructing their soldiers to be on their highest alert for anything. South Korea cautions North Korea saying that they shouldn't provoke them while tossing threats back and forth, North talking about turning the south into a "sea of fire", the Souths comeback saying they'll return any attack threefold on the North. The threats turned into due dates, the North commanding the south to take down their loudspeakers by Saturday or risk another shelling, in defiance South Korea has vowed to keep them up. Please share this blog, website, and podcast with at least one other person. Please donate, you can find the donate button in the navigation menu. Follow the social media accounts @generationrevofficial on instagram or @generation_rev on twitter. If you are reading this on mobile scroll all the way down and follow the RSS feed so you can get the stories as soon as they come out. And remember, if you are reading this, you are the revolution!