OREANDA-NEWS. The head of North Korea Kim Jong-un was indignant at the leaflets sent by South Korea across the state border, on which his wife Ri Sol-ju was presented in obscene form.

According to the publication by Daily Mail, it was these leaflets that urged Pyongyang to undermine the Inter-Korean Liaison Office located near the border town of Kaesong. The building was blown up on June 16. The North Korean authorities have confirmed that they did this on purpose “in response to anger of people.”

Before that, on June 9, the North Korean government informed that the country breaks all communication lines with South Korea. Formally, this was a response to the distribution of anti-government leaflets that were delivered from the territory of the South with balloons.

A week later, the Korean Central News Agency reported that the Inter-Korean Liaison Office was destroyed.