The South Korean army is reportedly blasting K-Pop music towards the north, along with domestic and foreign news, in the hopes of receiving an apology for the landmines that crippled two of the south's soldiers. A rep from the Department of Defense relayed, "The K-Pop songs which are being played as a part of the propaganda are IU's "Heart," Girls' Generation's "Genie," and Big Bang's "Bang Bang Bang." Further, it was revealed that South Korea is broadcasting its modern developed economy while pinpointing the north's sorry state of affairs via the loudspeakers.
According to the Department of Defense, the propaganda broadcasts are nicknamed 'The Sound of Hope,' similar to the contents of North Korea's FM broadcast 'The Sound of Freedom.' Currently, the broadcasts are taking place at a total of eleven locations on the front lines of the border.
HBO's John Oliver also mentioned this on his program 'Last Week Tonight with John Oliver':