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>> Locked and loaded in South Korea.
e military on Wednesday responding within minutes to North Korea's missile test with a live fire drill of its own. The Army, Navy and Airforce all getting in on the action, launching three missiles at a single target near the border. The message, we're ready.
> Our military is closely monitoring North Korean movements, and is prepared to strike their core facilities at any point if they take action.>> North Korea's official state media has revealed a handwritten note by Kim Jong Un saying, I order a test, carry it out on November 29th at dawn.
Fire it bravely for the Party and the motherland. Pyongyang says its powerful new intercontinental ballistic missile puts all of the US mainland within range. It says the missile reached an attitude of 2,780 miles, more than ten times the height of the International Space Station, and that it traveled 600 miles during its nearly hour-long flight.
South Korea's president, Moon Jae-in, responded with a warning for Pyongyang. Saying any threat of nuclear attack could spark a preemptive strike from the United States.