North Korea Attacks – South Korea Evacuates

Written by Henrik Rothen

Jan.05 - 2024 8:23 AM CET

South Korea evacuates after North Koraen attack.

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South Korea is immediately evacuating an island after North Korean missiles were fired.

This is reported by the South Korean news agency Yonhap.

200 artillery shells have been fired in what the regime itself calls "an exercise."

The island of Yeonpyeong, located near North Korea, is urging its residents to leave their homes immediately and head to bomb shelters.

No person is reported to have been injured.

Issues Brutal Warning

The day before the missile firings, dictator Kim Jong-Un once again escalated threats against his South Korean neighbor and its allies.

Yesterday, North Korea warned that a nuclear attack is getting closer according to Yonhap.

"This Year Is the Greatest Risk"

According to the regime, 2024 represents “the greatest risk of clashes.”

"There will be the greatest risk of clashes this year as invading forces, such as the U.S. and Japan, will creep onto the peninsula at the behest of and in active cooperation with the South Korean puppet group," claims the North Korean state news agency KCNA.

"And they are likely to stage unprecedented provocative war maneuvers such as a nuclear attack,"

"You Cannot Imagine the Pain"

The warning about South Korea’s recent military exercises doesn’t end there.

If the exercises are not immediately ceased, brutal consequences will follow, the neighboring country emphasizes.

"The most painful moments that they cannot even imagine," states KCNA.

According to Yonhap, Kim Jong-Un describes the relationship with South Korea as “two nations hostile to each other” and has ordered preparations for “a major event to strike down the entire territory of South Korea” if necessary.

Prepared to Retaliate

South Korea is prepared if an armed conflict arises with the neighbor to the north.

Retaliation will not be delayed.

“I urge you to immediately and decisively crush the enemy’s will for provocation on the spot,” said South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol during a visit to the country’s soldiers in December, as reported by Newsweek.

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