North Korea has launched more unidentified projectiles from its eastern coast. This was stated by South Korean news agency Yonhap citing the chief of staff of South Korea. The launch took place less than a week after two apparently newly designed short-range rockets fell in the Sea of Japan after having flew to a height of 50 km, respectively for 430 and 690 km. Bullets were launched from the Hodo Peninsula in the province of South Hamgyong, on the east coast of the country, Yonhap said, citing institutional sources from South Korea. It is not clear yet what kind of bullets it is.