December 9, 2010 4:47 PM

North Korean shelling turns South's shrugs into worries

When a North Korean torpedo reportedly ripped apart a South Korean warship last March, killing 46 sailors, Park Hae-young wasn't worried. Like many in Seoul, a city of prosperity and shiny office buildings, Park had learned long ago to ignore the bluster and trouble of the North.

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