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China hits Seoul's soft targets over missiles : K-pop, TV show ban retaliation for defense system

One day the system could destroy North Korean missiles in mid-flight, a remarkable feat of military might and technical prowess.

But so far, its main victims have been South Korean pop stars, cosmetics companies and TV shows.

Washington and Seoul plan to deploy the U.S.-developed Terminal High Altitude Area Defense, or THAAD, anti-ballistic missile system on South Korean soil before the end of the year, a long-envisioned response to North Korea's repeated missile tests and threats to

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