A South Korean official told NBC News their military is monitoring the situation for additional launches while maintaining "readiness."
SEOUL — South Korean authorities are on alert after multiple projectiles were fired from North Korea's eastern coast, NBC has confirmed.
"We confirm that North Korea has launched several unidentified projectiles from Hodo Peninsula area within Southern Hamkyung Province at dawn on Wednesday," a South Korean military official told NBC News.
The official told NBC News that the South Korean military is monitoring the situation for additional launches "while maintaining military readiness."
The White House is aware of the reports and is monitoring the situation, a senior administration official confirmed to NBC News.