The weapons included the North's biggest-yet ICBM, which was mounted on an 11-axel launch vehicle that was also seen for the first time, and a presumptive new solid-fuel weapon designed to be fired from submarines.
As the typhoon headed to South Korea on Monday, thousands of homes lost power and hundreds of flights were grounded. More than 900 residents in the southern mainland regions were evacuated due to the possibility of landslides and other concerns.
Democratic Senator Mark Warner, Chairman of Senate Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, in an interaction with members of the US India Security Council said China had emerged as a major
problem for the US companies doing businesses in that country and intellectual theft was a big concern.
"The cinema of a country is often a visitor’s first introduction to the place," write filmmaker Devashish Makhija. "I imagined South Korea to be mostly as neo-noirish, cheeky and aggressive as its best cinema."