South Korea flexes missile power after North test
SEOUL (AFP) - Two days after North Korea's nuclear test, South Korea touted Thursday the deployment of a new cruise missile capable of hitting targets in the North "anywhere, anytime".
The defence ministry called in reporters for a special video presentation of the recently deployed missile being fired from a warship and a submarine.
"With this missile, we could hit any facility, equipment or individual target in the North anywhere at anytime of our choosing," army Major General Ryu Young Jeo told the briefing.
Defence ministry spokesman Kim Min Seok said the missile was accurate enough to target a particular window on a building.