North Korea Tests KN-25 in Salvo Launch

On November 28, North Korea test fired two KN-25 missiles, marking the fourth test of its “super-large multiple-rocket launcher” since August 2019. According to South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS), the missiles traveled up to 380 km and reached an altitude of 97 km before falling into the Sea of Japan. Analysts note the DPRK is conducting faster salvo launches, with the interval between launches decreasing from nearly 20 minutes to 30 seconds in this latest test.