In the DMZ, the North Korean guards face other, so neither can defect

 In the DMZ, the North Korean guards face other, so neither can defect

All North Korean border guards are armed with pistols,and are well-fed officers who stand in rigid military posture. In each space, two North Korean soldiers stand facing each other rather than the South, so that neither one can defect to the South, and another guard stands behind them facing the North to prevent anyone else from defecting.

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