A North Korean soldier has deserted to South Korea through the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), as indicated by a report out Wednesday.
A “low-positioning” soldier was seen before a watch post soon after 8 a.m. Thursday, Yonhap News Agency announced, refering to the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
No shots were discharged as the soldier kept running over, as indicated by Reuters.
The report said the soldier’s “expectations” are being researched.
The surrender comes over a month after another soldier from North Korea — distinguished by his surname, Oh — was shot five times when he dashed from his watch post toward South Korea on Nov. 13.
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Video film of Oh’s deserting demonstrates the 24-year-old soldier dashing for the South as North Korean soldiers start pursuing him. He at that point falls into a heap of leaves against a little divider before being dragged to wellbeing by South Korean troops.
Goodness experienced two surgeries at Ajou University Hospital in South Korea, where it was found he had a “huge number” of parasites crawling in his body, including a 11-inch long worm settled in his stomach related tract.