South Korea fire along North Korean border
South Korean officials said their troops exchanged fire with North Korea Sunday morning along the border dividing the two countries.
No casualties or damages to equipment were reported.
South Korean military personnel fired two rounds in response after issuing a warning broadcast.
the joint chiefs of staff said. They added that they were communicating with North Korea through a military line, while staying prepared for further fire.
Sunday's incident came one day after North Korean leader Kim Jong Un reportedly appeared in public for the first time in nearly three weeks, dispelling rumors that he was dead or severely ill.