Friday 1:15am, North Korea’s propaganda radio station transmitted broadcast with a mysterious series of seemingly random numbers.
We now know what these numbers were for.
According to South Korean News source Yonhan, the encrypted numbers were likely orders to give missions to spies in South Korea.
The North’s propaganda station Radio Pyongyang began broadcasting the messages at 1:15 a.m. (Seoul time), calling out a series of pages and numbers, such as No. 69 on page 823, No. 92 on page 467 and No. 100 on page 957, before repeating them one more time.
The radio announcer said, “(I’m) giving review works in elementary information technology lessons of the remote education university for No. 27 expedition agents.”
Broadcasts of mysterious numbers are seen as a kind of book cipher that was often used by North Korea to give missions to spies operating in South Korea during the Cold War era.
Spies could decode numbers to get orders by using a reference book, although many intelligence officials believe this form of sending orders to be outdated.
Many have said the broadcast may be some sort of deception strategy aimed at sparking confusion within South Korea.
Pyongyang had initially suspended such broadcasts in 2000, when the two Koreas held their first historic summit.
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