The South Korean military told CNN that North Korea fired two unidentified projectiles from the Wonson area toward the East Sea, known as the Sea of Japan, on Thursday morning – Wednesday afternoon in the US – and that the flight distance was approximately 430 kilometers.
The two unidentified projectiles were launched at 5:34 am Thursday local time (4:34 pm ET Wednesday) and 5:57 am local time (4:57 pm ET Wednesday), according to the South Korean military. CNN.
"The US and South Korea are."
"Our military, in preparation for additional launches, is maintaining its readiness posture by monitoring related movements," CNN's official in South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff said in the process of analyzing the details in relation to the launches, the JCS said.
The US North Korea has launched at least one short range projectile, according to an initial assessment described by a US Defense official.
Vipin Narang, Associate Professor of Political Science at MIT, said that it was based on the US official's description Kimskander.
Kim Jong Un's frustration at the State of Talks with the US,
Wednesday's launch was likely to follow North Korea's response to the July 20 announcement that South Korea and South Korea want to conduct joint military exercises as planned next month, in which Pyongyang's argument says that doing so would not make sense leader Kim Jong Un, according to Narang.
"No more provocative than before," he told CNN, "but still tit for tat."
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