South Korea is plotting to build a massive new missile to obliterate North Korea's underground military facilities. Its name: the Frankenmissile.
The Frankenmissile plans involve a fusion of two ballistic missiles into one, giving it the capability of holding a 4,000-pound warhead, weaning South Korea off its reliance on America's bunker-buster bombs.
South Korea can easily strike any part of North Korea, but they had been hindered by the 1,102 pound cap on warhead sizes set in a 2012 agreement with the United States. President Trump and South Korean President Moon Jae-In agreed to recently remove that cap, although South Korea will still be bound by a 500-mile long cap on missile range.