North Korea is at it again.
The Pentagon has confirmed that North Korea fired two more missiles into the Sea of Japan.
The missiles were reportedly fired off the central part of the country.
They reportedly landed somewhere around Alsom Island, off the nation's southeast coast.
The White House continues to downplay these tests.
Deputy Pentagon Press Secretary Sabrina Singh stated, "We have assessed that these launches – this event – does not pose any immediate threat to US personnel or our allies."
South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff did not see it that way.
They called the incident a "grave provocation," noting that the missiles were detected traveling at 140 miles per hour.
Singh continued, "The actions that the DPRK has taken again further destabilize the region and our commitments to the Republic of Korea and Japan remain ironclad."
Kim has been uber-aggressive since Trump left office.
There was also a report that another missile had been fired by North Korea much closer to the coast of South Korea earlier in the week.
That missile was reportedly fired just off the southern coast of North Korea.
However, North Korea never mentioned the test and South Korea has been unable to corroborate exactly where the missile was launched.
Source: New York Post