North Korea Missile Launch Imminent, Japan Orders Shooting Down NoKor's Missile Within Their Perimeter

"The moment of explosion and destruction is near". This is the statement that Kim Jong Un, the North Korea dictator and young leader wanted to prove to the world.

With his recent nuke and apocalyptic threats to the US, Guam and South Korea, the tension escalated to its highest point. The US Armed Forces is taking this Kim Jong Un’s threat in a more serious manner.

South Korean soldiers of an artillery unit move to conduct military training near the demilitarized zone separating the two Koreas. South Korea is to buy Taurus bunker-busting air-to-ground long range missiles for its F-15K strike fighters in a move to boost its strike power amid rising tensions with North Korea. Picture: Lee Jae-Won/Reuters via

North Korea missile launch may be imminent, according to South Korea's security official.

A top source and official of South Korean national security said that North Korea may test-launch a missile this week. Kim Jang-Soo, chief national security adviser to President Park Geun-Hye, said that the missile launch might occur before or after Wednesday which is the exact same date which North Korea has suggested diplomats to leave Pyongyang or North Korea itself.

"There are no signs of a full-scale war as of now, but the North will have to prepare for retaliation in case of any local war," said Kim.

Diplomats fears that this statement will escalate more the tension and it can go out of control. That Kim Jong Un threat forced the US to delay or postpone an intercontinental ballistic missile test to avoid further tensions with North Korea.


Japan orders shooting down of North Korea missile

The Land Of The Rising Sun is feeling the heat and the tension between North Korea and South Korea/USA as well. This is why with the recent turn of events, Japan ordered its own military forces to shoot down any missile that is headed or will pass by with its premises or territory.

Defense Minister Itsunori Onodera issued an order that will move Aegis destroyers equipped with sea-based interceptor missiles at the sea of Japan, the defence official said.

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Dictator and North Korea leader Kim Jong Un's Musadan missile, is now believed placed closer to Japan's territory.

In this April 15, 2012, file photo, a North Korean vehicle carrying a missile passes by during a mass military parade in Pyongyang’s Kim Il Sung Square to celebrate the centenary of the birth of the late North Korean founder Kim Il Sung. AP FILE PHOTO. Via

As of this moment, no one can say on what will happen next. As tension rises, no one knows how, when or if Kim Jong Un will really launch their missiles to their targets.