North Korea has reportedly fired shots at a South Korean loudspeaker, which has been blaring anti-Pyongyang messages in recent days.
North Korea fired shots on Thursday towards a South Korean loudspeaker that has been blaring anti-Pyongyang broadcasts in recent days, South Korean media reported.
State-run KBS News quoted a South Korean military official as saying that the North Korean military opened fire at around 4pm, on the western front.
Media reports did not say what weapons were used. South Korea had not fired back, Yonhap reported.
The South Korean defense ministry said it was checking the report.