North Korean leader Kim Jong Un attended Tuesday what is said to be the country’s largest ever live-fire military drill.
The event, which marked the 85th anniversary of North Korea’s army, featured more than 300 large-caliber artillery weapons.
On Wednesday South Korea followed suit by conducting joint military live-fire drills with the U.S. in Pocheon.
Tensions in the region continue to escalate as both President Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un refuse to back down over the Communist regime’s nuclear weapons program.
Check out photos from North Korea’s live-fire drill below: