South Korea's Response To A Threat From The North Wouldn't Be Pretty
A South Korean military source said the country would attack North Korea in the case of a nuclear threat.By Melissa Prax | September 11, 2016
If you're worried about North Korea's access to nuclear weapons — like much of the international community — its southern neighbor says you shouldn't be.
An unnamed source from South Korea's military said North Korea's capital Pyongyang would be "reduced to ashes and removed from the map" if an upcoming nuclear attack was suspected.
The outlet that published the quote, state-run Yonhap News Agency, is heavily connected to the South Korean government.