Kim Jong Un postpones military action against Seoul

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has postponed plans for military action against the Seoul.

The country’s state media reported days after Pyongyang blew up a liaison office with its neighbour, here on Wednesday.

It is pertinent to mention that Pyongyang has issued a series of vitriolic condemnations of Seoul over anti-North leaflets in recent weeks, which defectors based in the South send across the border, usually attached to balloons or floated in bottles.

Last week it blew up a liaison office on its side of the border that symbolized inter-Korean rapprochement, while its military said it would take multiple measures against the South.

The moves included re-entering areas of the North that it had withdrawn from as part of inter-Korean projects, restoring guard posts in the Demilitarized Zone that forms the border, and stepping up exercises.