Courtesy of Adam Tomski, one of our Yale students currently researching the Truce Village of Panmunjom, some pictures of North Korean instant roadblock defences. They are like a series of anti-monuments, not so much celebrations of a past victory as anticipations of future conflict.
The giant concrete boulder above, poised ready to be released, has a certain Loony Tunes quality about it, almost comical in its crude violence.
A collapsible concrete (Un)Triumphal Arch. The side blocks get blown out apparently so that the top falls down to block the road.