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Kim Dong-shik said he spied for North Korea before being caught

He was shot by officers in Seoul before he could commit suicide, as instructed

Kim said North Korean agents are still working worldwide for the regime

Seoul CNN  — 

Looking at the poison pens and torch guns, you would be forgiven for thinking you were on a James Bond set. But these weapons are real and are still part of the arsenal of North Korean spies.

Agents from the most isolated country on Earth are not a thing of the past, said one man who claims his job once was to infiltrate South Korea on missions for the Kim regime.