North Korea’s new missile looks like a Sakura graffiti wax marker

North Korea is flexing it’s military strength and BBC reports it showcased a new ballistic missile that can be launched via submarine in a military parade in PyonYang.

North Korea has unveiled a new type of submarine-launched ballistic missile, described by state media as “the world’s most powerful weapon” (KCNA via BBC 2021)

For graffiti writers the missiles may seem familiar as they look nearly identical to the Sakura wax marking pens which are also used for heavy bombing (lol). We see no difference. Enjoy the masterful Photoshop used below for illustration purposes:

Photoshop level 9000% but you get the point

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