Originally balloons are given for special occasions, such as birthdays or holidays, and are often used as party décor.
However, sometimes, it can also be used for other purposes.
Balloon propaganda campaigns in Korea include both North and South Korean propaganda leaflet campaigns through the use of balloons as a distribution method since the Korean War. A variety of other contents have also been included with the balloons. Originally, these campaigns were organized by the governments and militaries of the Korean states. Contemporarily, however, they are mainly organized by South Korean non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that regularly involve themselves in balloon release events that aim to send materials censored in North Korea, as well as various other goods, to the North Korean people.
There are balloons that are full of nervous tension to be unacclaimed at nowhere in here now. It fills up with the air as an invisible ideology and hope to come back down to the peaceful ground.