The exercise, which included artillery and anti-ship missiles, focused on the island, according to the Korea of the North Central News Agency official surprise and capture an enemy. The exercise in question 4 body of the Korean people s army, led the bombardment of Yeonpyeong Iceland 2010 border eliminated in South Korea South Korea killed four soldiers and civilians. Satisfaction of Kim on the exercise and invited his army to prepare for the fight against the u. s., said KCNA. The official Rodong Sinmun published photos of Kim, watching the exercise with binoculars and balls deer apparently rocket launchers and multiple weapons. State media showed that the exact time and place of the drill should be. The United States and South Korea repeatedly said that their war games are on the defensive in nature and no intention of attacking the North. North Korea said that the United States last month that he was ready to impose a temporary moratorium on nuclear testing if scraps of military exercises this year to as Washington of South Korea, but the allies refused to cancel the exercises. North Korea takes regular exercise in the weeks before the United States South Korea exercises, and believed that a heavy burden for a country desperately need money. Koh Yu-hwan, a professor at the Korea of Northern studies at the University of Dongguk in Seoul, said that the number of soldiers in the exercises has been reduced in recent years in the North and north korean rocket artillery focuses more and more on the presentation of the latest weapons in an apparent attempt to control costs. North Korea considers that it is important to show your military skills against the u. S. - Corea-ejercicios to his people the impression that it is an attempted invasion is well prepared, said Koh. Spokesman for the South Korean Ministry of defense, Kim min-Seok, earlier this week that the United States plans said journalist send more soldiers, exercise key, since early March has dissolved year last Foal Eagle but no specific amount. About 12 700 US troops captured last year. . . .