North Korea attack

Korean duo attack each other inviting sharp reaction from the land of the Rising Sun. Compared to China, Japan reacted very hard.

The country has promised to impose tougher sanctions on North Korea after a deadly attack to the islands of South Korea. Description was conveyed by Minister of Economy of Japan, Banri Kaide, Wednesday.

"I think the government will soon impose tougher sanctions on North Korea," he said in a press conference after a cabinet meeting. He also said the North Korean artillery attacks to create impact on the economy of Japan.

On Tuesday, North Korea South Korea memborbadir islands with heavy artillery. Akbat attack, two South Korean soldiers were killed, a number of civilians injured and buildings burned. To defend the territory on the border between the two countries, South Korea hit back by deploying F-16 fighter jets.

"The provocation this time was the invasion of South Korea's territory," said President Lee Myung-bak at the headquarters of the Joint Chiefs of Staff told Yonhap news agency.

The incident that killed two South Korean marines this is the first attack artillery into South Korea since the Korean War ended in 1953, wrote Yonhap.

North Korea launched an attack against the island Yeonpyeong, Yellow Sea, has injured 15 South Korean soldiers and three civilians. In addition, North Korean artillery also destroys dozens of homes and forests in the islands.