South Koreans watch a TV news program reporting on a North Korean nuclear test in 2016. A British real estate company’s attempt at a guide to buying a home with a potential nuclear apocalypse in mind has fallen flat.
South Koreans watch a TV news program reporting on a North Korean nuclear test in 2016. A British real estate company’s attempt at a guide to buying a home with a potential nuclear apocalypse in mind has fallen flat. Ahn Young-joon The Associated Press file
South Koreans watch a TV news program reporting on a North Korean nuclear test in 2016. A British real estate company’s attempt at a guide to buying a home with a potential nuclear apocalypse in mind has fallen flat. Ahn Young-joon The Associated Press file

Real estate firm creates nuclear war house-hunting guide. It doesn’t go over well.

August 11, 2017 09:16 AM

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