S. Korea To Order More Taurus Missiles

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BEIJING/SEOUL—South Korea is planning to order more KEPD 350 Taurus standoff missiles to improve its capability to hit hardened targets in North Korea. Deployment of 170 Tauruses from a 2013 order is imminent. The defense ministry will buy another 90 of the weapons, which are made by Saab and the...
Bradley Perrett

Bradley Perrett covered China, Japan, South Korea and Australia. He is a Mandarin-speaking Australian.

Kim Minseok

Kim Minseok covers South Korean defense. He has worked as a journalist for South Korean military magazines Military Review and Defense Times. Mr Kim is also a research fellow at the Korea Defense and Security Forum, a think tank.

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