Two Men Arrested After Leaking South Korean Secrets To The North

Military Police in South Korea raided the offices of a cryptocurrency company after their chief executive was found to have been colluding with North Korea by passing military secrets to the hermit kingdom which came from the South's joint military command.

An army officer, who passed the login information to the cryptocurrency executive to access the information, has also been arrested.

North and South Korea have been at war with each-other since 1950, but there's been a cease fire at the DMZ since 1953.

The two men were given billions in clean bank notes too pass the info to an agent of the North between January and March of this year.

The identity of the DPRK Agent is unknown, but many speculate that he was an ambassador of North Korean leader Kin Jong Un himself. 

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