North Korea could be on the brink of a missile launch from a pad on its western coast, said a South Korean official on Monday.
A series of ominous signs – the foremost being the near complete restoration of a missile launch site on the western coast – is fueling speculation
Backing up a briefing made by Seoul’s spy chief, Suh Hoon, at South Korea’s National Assembly last Friday, the official said the North’s reconstruction of the Sohae Satellite Launching Station, which started in February, is effectively complete, and a launch only needs a go-ahead from leader Kim Jong-un.
Yen has ticked a few points stronger … assuming its related to this report. Might not be.
Trader Aleksandar Kumanov