Bombs drop from a U.S. Air Force 3rd bomber wing B26 light bomber somewhere in North Korea. All told, the U.S. dropped 635,000 tons of bombs on Korea during the war, most of it in the North, including with 32,500 tons of napalm, March 18, 1953. (U.S. Air Force via AP)
War Crimes

Yes, the United States Used Biological Weapons on North Korea

In its near decimation of North Korea, the United States tried to spread diseases like bubonic plague, dropped 32,500 tons of napalm, and killed nearly 3 million people.