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White ginseng shoots missiles at the red ginseng garden, 'Yun Seok Yeol' is angry to pay
The situation on the Korean Peninsula immediately escalated into tension. After Northดาวน์โหลด slotxoKorea launched a total of 23 missiles at South Korea. from the east and west coasts with one missile falling away from the northern limit line. The maritime border line between the two Koreas is just 26 kilometers and falls far from the South Korean city of Sokcho. located on the east coast just 57 kilometers
It was later reported that North Korea also fired more than 100 artillery rounds from the east coast into a military buffer zone established under a military agreement with South Korea.
South Korean President Yun Seok Yeol issued a statement saying: North Korea's provocative actions today are clearly territorial aggression. And it is the first time a North Korean missile has fired across the northern limit since the separation of Korea. North Korea will have to pay for such provocations.
Yun reportedly held an emergency meeting with security officials and ordered undisclosed steps to be taken as soon as possible. Because what happened was a violation of South Korea's maritime borders. The South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff said This has never happened before. and we will not tolerate it.
South Korea later fired back by using fighter jets to launch three high-precision air-to-surface ballistic missiles near the eastern sea boundary. to express its determination to take aggressive countermeasures against North Korea's provocations.
The missiles fell into international waters 26 kilometers from the maritime border, at the same point that North Korean missiles landed early today. He stressed that he was ready to have an overwhelming victory over North Korea in any potential clashes.
While Mr. Anthony Blinken, US Secretary of State had a phone call with Mr. Park Jin, Minister of Foreign Affairs of South Korea Both sides strongly condemned the provocation. and agreed to work together to counter the North Korean threat.