Footage of what appeared to a new intermediate-range ballistic missile attack on the US was unveiled during celebrations to mark the 105th anniversary of the secretive state’s founder Kim Il-sung over the weekend.
The simulation showed a missile being launched across the Pacific Ocean and detonating in an unidentified city in the US.
The chilling video ended with footage of an American flag burning in front of a cemetery.
The footage comes as the North Korean vice foreign minster revealed the nation will be launching regular missile tests as tensions continue to escalate in the region.
Han Song-Ryol said: “We’ll be conducting more missile tests on a weekly, monthly and yearly basis.”
In a show of muscle, Kim Jong-un unveiled what appeared to be three types of intercontinental ballistic missiles during a military parade in the capital Pyongyang on Saturday.
North Korea also displayed — for the first time — its KN-15, which is a land-based version of its deadly submarine-launched ballistic missile.
The missile, called the Pukguksong-2 or “Polaris-2”, is powered by solid fuel which according to military experts would give North Korea an edge in the event of nuclear war as it almost undetectable to US satellites.
The reclusive nation also dedicated a song to one of its deadly missiles with lyrics including “our proud Hwasong rocket blasts off” and “it flies as quickly as a flash of lightning to challenge imperialism”.
In light of the recent events Hawaii, which is the closest point of the US to North Korea, has called for new emergency plans to be put in place.
But questions have also be raised over whether the missiles paraded over the weekend may have been fake after some of the rockets appeared flimsy and wonky-looking.
A missile launched by on Sunday morning (local time) by the Kim regime ended in failure as the US Pacific Command reported it “blew up almost immediately”.