North Korea fired two short-range missiles into the East Sea between South Korea and Japan on Monday afternoon, the defense ministry said.



According to The Korea Herald, March 2, 2020, the two missiles flew about 240 kilometers (35 miles) at an altitude of 35 kilometers from North Wonan, North Korea's Gangwon Province. Along the east coast.

Pending further analysis, these missiles could be ballistic missiles. South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff said the launch was an extension of the annual joint exercise held by Pyongyang on Friday.

The South Korean side said that we are keeping our eyes on Pyongyang's movement in preparation for the launch.

On Friday, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un came to observe the annual joint exercise off the east coast near Vonsan, a day after Seoul and Washington decided to suspend joint military exercises. Their annual on anxiety disorder Covid-19.

Update: October