(Before It’s News)
The sun sets near a barbed-wire checkpoint near the border village of Panmunjom on April 4, 2013 in Paju, South Korea.
Still 400 South Korean remain in the joint industrial park fearing they can not get back there once return to South.
In recent weeks North Korea have threatened to attack South Korea and U.S. military bases, with South Korean and American intelligence identifying what is believed to be an intermediate-range missile being moved by North Korea to its eastern coast, in preparation for a planned strike.
(Photo by Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)
PAJU, SOUTH KOREA – (Photo by Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)
April 7, 2013
The South is now on alert “military readiness posture”, said Kim Jang-soo, South Korea’s Chief of Security. This comes after an assessment made by Jang-soo, concluding that North Korea had told foreign diplomats in Pyongyang to flee the region.
South Korean officials also stated that the North might be planning a test missile launch from the East coast of North Korea as early as Wednesday possibly firing a missile over Japan.
Some say that the young leader Kim Jung-un wants to express his power to avoid yet even more UN security council sanctions.
A recent excerpt from a Gordon Chang report shows how, “North Korea last week moved two missiles, which were subsequently loaded onto mobile launchers, to its east coast. Many expect the missiles, which have been subsequently moved to hidden locations, will be fired in trajectories arcing over Japan……..