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They want to stop provoking North Korean border troops into firing at message-laden baloons condemning the regime in the north's capital, Pyongyang - a practice putting their lives in danger, they complain.
Proceedings filed with a Seoul central court demand a penalty of around $1,800 for each attempt to send messages skyward.
In October, cross-border gunfire broke out when northern troops used automatic weapons to bring down the offenders aloft.
Several shells reached a settlement in the south, locals say.