By Elizabeth Shim, UPI
North Korea threatened to obliterate Seoul with a hydrogen bomb a day after South Korea’s defense ministry confirmed it has a military plan to remove Kim Jong Un.
Pyongyang propaganda outlet Maeari issued the strongly worded statement Thursday, charging South Korea’s “senior military officials” of a plan to “destroy the North Korean leadership” and “make Pyongyang disappear off the map,” Newsis reported.
Seoul’s Korea Massive Punishment and Retaliation includes a strategy to target Kim in the case of a North Korean strike against Seoul, according to Defense Minister Han Min-koo on Wednesday…
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