Three short-range weapons were fired by North Korea and landed in the water between Japan and the Korean Peninsula. They travelled a max of 125 miles and reached a maximum height of 30 miles before landing in the ocean. Japan’s Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga reported the firing of the missiles and commented that none of them landed inside their exclusive economic zone. Suga also commented on how the suspected missile test is a threat to society and Japan will closely monitor the situation. This comes shortly after Kim Jong Un’s younger sister insulted South Korea for criticizing their live-fire tests.