Turns out, the spy was sent to Seoul with the objective of assassinating an anti-Pyongyang activist using said pens and flashlight.
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One of the pens has a hidden needle filled with poison that, as a South Korean "investigation official" told CNN, would "cause muscle paralysis very quickly, which would lead to suffocation and death."
The second pen can shoot a bullet filled with the same muscle paralysis-causing poison. The bullet from this pen is powerful enough to penetrate skin.
And the flashlight is basically a handgun capable of shooting three bullets.
While we're used to seeing deadly weapons pose as everyday gadgets in James Bond and Mission Impossible films, it's pretty nifty -- and scary at the same time -- knowing these types of weapons exist in real life.
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