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on the telephone to jump because i thought i north korean broadcast the ballistic missiles the country said it fired from a submarine pyongyang state broadcaster showing leader kim jong hoon overlooking the launch of the country really test fire these weapons barks real progress in its arms development reuters tony munro is in seoul this is a wake up call and reminder that north korea is very much continuing to , sue , cleared , pressure on the u. , other countries , to re engage more proactively , north korea , if north korea were to achieve full operational , then it would pose a greater threat , to its neighbors , and , it's mainly because for starters it's much more difficult to defend against , the submarine can get closer art to its target and it's also difficult to to find , south korean defense ministry official told reporters monday the north could develop a submarine capable ballistic missile launches into to three years time and north korea is under u. n. sanctions that ban the use of ballistic missile technology those are missiles that arc before hitting their target the state report in the launch didn't say when or where they were fired , separate dispatch said leader kim recently gave quote field guidance at the port city of shame poll on , east coast