North Korea's Missile Launch

October 25, 2017
By Anonymous

My creative piece represents Kim Jong Un launching a nuclear missile to Sacramento, California. I figured he would attempt to attack Sacramento, as it is the capital of California, rather than attacking the more famous and popular Los Angeles. In the foreground is Kim Jong Un, one of his missiles, and the shape of California. A dotted line with an arrow points to Sacramento from the tip of the missile to show the direction of where the missile will hit. On the missile is “North Korea” written in Korean. In the background, the North Korean flag is behind Kim Jong Un and the missile, and the United States flag is behind California. These two flags in the background show that the two countries will become major enemies and start a war once Kim Jong Un launches a missile at the United States.


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WakiTaki said...
on Jan. 25 at 2:50 pm
WakiTaki, Berkeley, California
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great reasoning, but I live near Sacramento so thanks for making me paranoid about a nuclear attack.very good drawing tho




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