North Korea moved a medium-range missile, with "considerable range" into mobile launchers Friday, CNN reported
This deployment comes after more threatening statements made by North Korea, CNN said. The moving of the missile could mean that the North is planning a launch soon, according to CNN.
The missile is believed to be a medium range missile called Musudan and is known to reach a range of 1,800 miles, according to ABC news.
Experts in Seoul say North Korea might be considering a test launch on April 15, the birthday of the country's founder and leader, Kim Jong Un's grandfather.