North Korea to ‘launch missile TODAY’ after warning foreigners to evacuate South as thousands stage war dance of death
- Thousands of North Koreans danced in honour of Kim Jony-Il yesterday
- Pyongyang told foreigners and tourists to leave South Korea
- North Korea said the two countries are on the eve of a nuclear war
- Japan deployed missile interceptors around Tokyo in case of attack
- Jointly run factory in Korean Demilitarized Zone remains closed today
- South Korean President Park Geun-hye exasperated by ‘endless vicious cycle’ of hostile behaviour from North Korea
North Korea is preparing to launch a mid-range missile launch today from its east coast, officials in Seoul have claimed – after foreigners living in South Korea were warned to leave the country.
The chilling forecast came as thousands of North Koreans held a mass waltz today to celebrate the father of madman dictator Kim Jong-un.
Women dressed in brightly coloured traditional costume danced with their partners in front of the Monument to the Foundation of the Workers’ Party in Pyongyang.
Meanwhile the Communist government issued a stark warning about the prospect of war, saying: ‘We do not wish harm on foreigners in South Korea should there be a war.’
Thousands of North Koreans dance in Pyongyang in celebration of their former leader Kim Jong-Il
North Korea has warned all foreigners to leave South Korea as Kim Jong-un’s government continues to increase tensions on the Korean Peninsula