The test is about to fall, as evidenced by the strict ban on all ships entering the Yellow Sea area. It follows that this part is the target of missile testing. Dissenting views are already being heard from South Korea. According to one unnamed South Korean espionage worker, if the DPRK fires more missiles, it will be difficult to look at it as an exercise. At the same time, they assume that five to seven rockets will be fired from the shores of communist Korea. Americans are already commenting on the tests. According to Pacific Fleet Admiral Timothy Keating, it will be very unusual for Korea to fire ten shots at a time. The situation is not easy, because plans for new tests are shown only two days after two training missiles flew to the Yellow Sea during the exercise as part of the exercise. It is worth noting that despite the large number of hungry and poor, North Korea is investing a huge amount of money in the nuclear program. Last week, negotiators wanted to persuade the North Koreans to return to the negotiating table and solve their nuclear program. However, they did not march. The communist state often fires short-range missiles on trial, two of which were fired in May, for example. In 2006, the DPRK conducted a covert nuclear test.