South Korea displayed their military and technological power Thursday, two days after North Korea conducted a nuclear test, according to The Sun.
South Korea staged military drills, and its defense ministry revealed a new weapon, which was demonstrated for reporters via a video presentation. Spokesman Kim Min-Seok said the new weapon could strike any target in North Korea.
"The curise missile unveiled to day is a precision-guided weapon that can identify and strike the office window of the North's command headquarters," Kim Min-Seok said, according to The Sun.
South Korea's announcement and demonstrations came after North Korea's third and most recent nuclear weapons test Tuesday. North Korea has been increasingly vocal about its plans to have intercontinental ballistic weapons, according to the New York Times.