> Secret plans to wipe out North Korea's leadership may have fallen into the wrong hands. A South Korean lawmaker on Wednesday, saying North Korean hackers stole 235 gigabytes of classified military information last year, a result of the simple mistake that occurred after maintenance work at a defense data center.
Reuters Christine Kim explains what kind of information seems to have been taken.>> Apparently North Korea managed to seize some part of the operational plans to wipe out the North Korean leadership. Clear information on these operations that I've been previously been made public have shown the South Korean military aims to detect the movements of North Korea's leadership, obviously including Kim Jong Un, cutting them off and later eliminating them.
>> Adding to the already simmering tension on the Korean Peninsula, a US fly by guaranteed to anger Pyongyang. Two B1B Lancer bombers flying over the region later on Tuesday, joined by fighter jets from allies South Korea and Japan, in their first combined night time exercise.>> Whenever these bombers fly over the Korean Peninsula, it causes a bit of kerfuffle as they come from Guam.
The waters around which North Korea has threatened to strike with its intermediate range missiles. And also North Korea sees the bombers as a real threat. And the North's Foreign Minister said in the United States recently, the North could strike the bombers even if they fly outside of North Korean airspace.
>> As Seoul and Washington show off their alliance in the air, the two sides are also busy preparing Donald Trump's first official visit to Asia next month. Which South Korean state media says could include a visit to the heavily fortified demilitarized zone separating the north and the south.
According to the White House, Trump met with military leaders on Tuesday night discussing response to any further regression from Pyongyang.