SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA (WIVB) - A Japanese defense official says North Korea has put a mobile missile launcher into firing position with rockets facing skyward.
The South Korean government believes it's only a matter of time before the North test-fires a missile designed to reach the U.S. territory of Guam.
But you'd never know North Korea could be on the verge of war. People were literally dancing in the streets of the capital Thursday. North Korea's state-run television broadcast video showing hundreds of couples celebrating the first anniversary of Kim Jong-Un's ascent to power.
Life is also continuing at a normal pace in South Korea. News 4 spoke by Skype with Adam Mathews, an Orchard Park native who now teaches English there.
"Everything is really calm. The people here haven't changed a bit in their behavior as far as what they do on a daily routine," Mathews said. "There's never been any reason for us to get worried because the Korean people seem to be so calm about it because they've gone through this situation many times before."
Mathews plans to continue teaching in South Korea for six more months.
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