This is how war works in 2015.
The North Korean Internet has gone completely down twice in the past 12 hours as Kim Jong-un threatens to attack South Korea.
— InternetIntelligence (@InternetIntel) August 21, 2015
North Korea’s Internet is run by one provider and can be accessed by only a small portion of the population.
The two countries traded artillery fire over the most heavily armed border in the world this week because of a conflict involving propaganda messages being broadcast from South to North.
Seoul’s military is now at “Jindogae-1,” the alert level signifying an impending invasion. The South Korean military has been ordered to immediately retaliate against any attacks.
H/T Daily Beast | Illustration by Jason Reed