Grinch N. Korea Shakes Fist at South's Christmas Lights

Pyongyang is not happy with Christmas tree-shaped tower on border
By Polly Davis Doig,  Newser Staff
Posted Dec 24, 2012 4:45 PM CST

(Newser) – Dear Whos in Whoville, South Korea can surely feel your pain: It seems that Seoul opted to let Christians light a Christmas tree-shaped tower on the frontline over the weekend. This egregious affront predictably triggered a not-over-the-top-whatsoever response from Mount Crumpit, er, Pyongyang, which is now accusing its southern neighbor of engaging in psychological warfare due to its acute embarrassment earlier this month over the North's staggering victory in managing to get a missile off the ground. Unspecified-but-surely-dire consequences are pending if South Korea doesn't take the tower down; the AP notes that it goes dark Jan. 2. (Read more North Korea stories.)

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