Anti North Korean rally held in south
NBC News — An anti-North Korea rally was held monday in South Korea's capital. Activists gathered in central Seoul to denounce the late North Korean leader Kim Jong Il and his successor, his son Kim Jong Un.
Activists tore the North Korean national flag with a knife, chanted anti-North Korea slogans and ripped and stepped on photos of Kim Jong Un and Kim Jong Il. They also criticized a civilian delegation that traveled to the north to pay their respects to the late North Korean leader.