North Korea, Kim Jong-Un Launches Another ICBM Missile Toward Japan And Then Goes To The Game With His Daughter

Kim Jong-Un restarts the attack both on the domestic and the international front. On the same day, he orders the new aerospace regiment of North Korea to launch an intercontinental ballistic missile toward Japan and then goes to the stadium with his daughter, who is presumed to be named Kim Ju Ae and believed to be ten years old, already tipped by many as the future leader of the country. The match was part of the birthday celebrations of the late Kim Jong-il, father of Kim Jong-un.

Ahead of upcoming joint US-South Korea exercises next week, North Korea launches a ballistic missile into the Sea of ​​Japan. According to reports from the Japanese and South Korean governments, North Korea has launched a ballistic missile that appears to have landed inside Japan’s exclusive economic zone.

Here we go again. The launch of the missile by Pyongyang comes a few days before the start of mutual military practices between the United States and South Korea.

The North Korean armed forces today cast a ballistic missile in the directive of the Sea of ​​Japan. The complaint comes from Seoul, where the army general staff is analyzing data relating to the distance, altitude, and speed of the missile to obtain more details on the type of weapon.

According to Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, the rocket would have reached the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) west of the island of Hokkaido. A Tokyo government spokesman said it would be an intercontinental ballistic missile, an ICBM.

Missile landed in Sea of ​​Japan South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff memo says, “North Korea has established an unidentified ballistic missile into the East Sea,” referring to the area known as the Sea of ​​Japan.