Following the North Korean reporter, this time, let’s take a look at the development of new weapons disclosed by North Korea by Kim Tae-hoon, a defense reporter.

The research on the design of a new nuclear submarine has been completed, and it has been announced that it will increase the hit rate of an intercontinental ballistic missile with a range of 15,000 km.

Let's see it together.

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most striking thing in the report on the armed forces of the North Korean Party Congress is the nuclear submarine.

[The research on the design of a new nuclear submarine has been completed and is in the final examination stage...


Theoretically, the design of a nuclear submarine, a formidable weapon capable of unlimited submersion, is finished, so if you decide, you can start building it.

However, due to sanctions against North Korea, the supply of parts was blocked, and even the new, conventional submarines that are currently being built have not been completed for a year.

An intercontinental ballistic missile with a range of 15,000 km, the ICBM accuracy improvement policy has also been confirmed.

He argued that the study of multi-warhead individual guidance technology, which drops multiple nuclear weapons contained in a single warhead, onto a desired target is in the final stage.

The high-accuracy multi-tandu ICBM is reminiscent of the monster ICBM, which was unveiled on an 11-wheeled vehicle at a fever ceremony last October.

Prior to the interception, North Korea also suggested the development of hypersonic weapons that are difficult to detect.

Together, these three weapons are so-called game changers that can not only target the United States, but also overturn the existing balance of military power in Northeast Asia.

[Shin Jong-Woo/Responsible Analyst for the Korea Defense Security Forum: North Korea has been growing the body of ballistic missiles with multiple missiles in mind, and it is expected that tests will be enforced according to US-North Korea relations.

Development of a hypersonic vehicle requires infrastructure, so it is likely to be difficult to develop right away.] The

military authorities are closely tracking North Korea's new weapon technology trends, but the development of multiple warheads and hypersonic weapons is expected to be difficult in the short and medium term.

(Video editing: Kim Sun-tak)