North Korea fired another missile on Tuesday in less than a week, and it claims the latest launch was also a hypersonic missile and it was a success. Its leader, Kim Jong-un, attended to watch the test. To understand the implications of the launch and Kim Jong-un's attendance, expert Dr. Go Myong-hyun joins Arirang TV in the studio.
Watch the interview from Arirang TV.
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