Published On: Tue, Aug 29th, 2017

NORTH KOREA: South release video of ‘top level precision' missile in threat to Kim Jong-un

The Kim regime caused outrage in the region after firing a missile over Japan on Monday night.

Residents of Japan’s northernmost main island Hokkaido were told to run and hide as the rocket careened over the region before landing in the ocean on the other side of the country.

Now South Korea has issued the north with a threat of their own – releasing a video of two missiles which could be deployed if Kim Jong-un steps out of line.

The video shows a 500km range ballistic missile with improved warhead power landing on a target with pinpoint accuracy.

Another, an 800km range missile, can be seen ploughing into the ocean after being fired from a floating dock.

Either missile is in range of Kim Jong-un’s dictatorial base in Pyongyang, potentially wiping out his authoritarian rule.

A spokesperson for the nation;s Agency for Defence Development said: “Our military has the missile capability with top-level precision and power to strike any place in North Korea if necessary.

“It will greatly reinforce missile forces and power down the road as well.”

The video’s release was in direct response to North Korea’s missile launch following a meeting of the south’s National Security Council.

Meanwhile the South carried out a threatening bombing drill near the inter-Korea border, the South Korean government’s chief press officer revealed.

The bombing was ordered by South Korean president Moon Jae-in and used four F15K fighter jets to drop a flurry of MK84 multi-purpose bombs on a training ground near the Korean border, the press chief added.

He added: “We assessed North Korea’s provocations as extremely severe and decided to maintain a vigilant posture in preparation for the possibility of additional provocations by North Korea.”

Following the missile launch the chairmen of both South Korea and the US Joint Chiefs of Staff have agreed “to take response measures at the earliest possible time that can demonstrate the alliance’s strong will including military measures”, the South Korean military confirmed.

The commitment to respond with force to the Kim regime could see the Trump administration dragged into a conflict on the Korean peninsula, where many members of Trump’s military are based.

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