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South Korea Formulates Plan To Remove Kim Jong Un From Power

From UPI:

South Korea’s defense minister confirmed on Wednesday the government has a plan to remove Kim Jong Un in the case of a strike against Seoul. File Photo by Rodong Sinmun

SEOUL, Sept. 21 (UPI) -- South Korea's defense ministry is planning a special force that could remove Kim Jong Un from power.

Defense Minister Han Min-koo also said Seoul needs to maintain the number of full-time troops at 500,000 or more if it is to resist an armed North Korean invasion, South Korean news network YTN reported Wednesday.

Han told lawmakers at South Korea's National Assembly there is "a plan" to assemble a unit that could target the North Korean leadership, referring to a plan known as the Korea Massive Punishment and Retaliation, or KMPR, local news service News 1 reported.

"If it becomes clear the enemy intends to use nuclear-tipped missiles, in order to suppress its aims, the concept [of the special forces] is to retaliate against key areas that include the North Korean leadership," Han said Wednesday.

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