한중전쟁 가상 시나리오_[센서 스튜디오]

In this video, there is a sentence translated into military terms If you have difficulty understanding, please check the video description Translation by whitescreen Making by SENSOR STUDIO Inspection by Virtual scenario production team Dec 26, 1991 Soviet Moscow The Soviet Union was the first and largest socialist country and also the leader of the communist bloc We constantly competed with the U.S. to create an era called the Cold War The status of the Soviet Union was so great that it seemed to last forever But with the cost of recovering the Chernobyl nuclear power plant and the checks of the United States, the Soviet Union is beginning to take a step down Then Gorbachev, the former chief of staff of the Soviet Union, was knocked out in an Aug coup Following that, President Yeltsin signed the Treaty of Belobezskaya in the Belobezkaya Forest, leaving all Soviet states And the Commonwealth of Independent States was launched The Soviet Union, the first socialist country to be born in 1922, has disappeared into history in about 70 years But this creates a huge backlash The Baltic states and Central Asia, which were former Soviet Union members, experienced extreme chaos and economic stagnation, and they still haven’t escaped from the middle powers yet In addition, the Soviet satellite countries that were supported by the Soviet Union, such as Mongolia, Hungary, Poland, Bulgaria and Romania, were also able to do so as the Soviet Union disbanded Riding on the wave of liberalization, the government has made reforms and open-door policies to move away from Soviet Union However, too fast to reform and open-door policies has led to considerable social confusion and serious poverty problems for the door The collapse of the Soviet Union has worsened the economy for a while And because we couldn’t get support from the Soviets, the economic culture got even worse Dec 26, 1991 Soivet Moscow The collapse of the socialist economy, which began in the 1980s, had a significant impact on North Korea’s economy The collapse of the Soviet Union meant the end of the North Korea economy Furthermore, the death of Kim Il-sung, the resulting temporary paralysis of the national administration, and the absence of the aid bureau suggested that the national system would soon collapse And finally, in 1995, there was a famine in North Korea, which led to the collapse of North Korea North Korea’s infrastructure, its social welfare and its military, let alone its economy, have all been paralyzed This so-called march of hardship resulted in a rapid increase in the number of North Korean defectors Disappointment about the party and its leader has sprung up Dec 20, 1995 South Korea NSP HQ The NIS of Korea publishes a report to the Blue House At that time, Kim Young-sam was serving as the president of the Republic of Korea Kim Young-sam remained silent after seeing the report from the NIS Soon North Korea will collapse, and the reason for this is because of political conflict and popular uprising in the North Korea. That was the report In other words, there was a sudden change in North Korea And there was a brief paragraph at the bottom of the report There is a strong possibility that China will intervene in the Korean Peninsula It was very serious China was able to occupy the northern part of the Korean Peninsula as it is now Therefore, the south Korean government secretly starts planning to occupy North Korea in the event of a sudden change in the North Korea This was the Chungmu 3300/9000 plan, which was created in secret in the 1990s It was about the administration and military of South Korea carefully planning what to do in the event of a sudden change in North Korea And the anti-war system was an aggressive offensive, including a preemptive strike by the ROK-U.S. Combined Forces In other words, in the event of a sudden change in North Korea, the South Korean military would move northward through the border Apr 2, 1996 Beijing, China On the other hand, China also sees the march of hardship in North Korea and thinks that the North Korean regime could collapse North Korea is regarded as a key area for China’s capacity building and political expansion If this is taken away by the free world, China may have to revise its national strategy It’s that important buffer zone In addition, China had to occupy or secure this place because it was easier to get to the Pacific Ocean However, looking at the march of hardship that is taking place, I think that a sudden change in North Korea may occur and the entire North Korea region maybe taken away by South Korea In order to prevent this, China also plans to divide and occupy North Korea, so-called Chick Plan The plan is to occupy Pyongyang faster than South Korea And the plan was to divide North Korea into pieces In case of a sudden change in North Korea, the government plans to lighten all the northern lights and occupy Pyongyang faster Oct 9, 2006 Gilju, North Korea North Korea’s first nuclear test will take place here Despite the economic slowdown caused by the march of hardship, North Korea has developed nuclear weapons There was only one reason why North Korea was developing nuclear weapons It was a development for regime stability And it was going to be used as a bargaining chip in the future Although the explosive power of the first nuclear test failed at about 0.8 kt of TNT, it proved that North Kroea’s nuclear facilities were capable of conducting nuclear tests It brought a huge security crisis to the South Korea Dec 17, 2011 Pyongyang, North Korea

As time passed, it became 2011 atfer the 21st century Kim Jong-il, who succeeded Kim Il-sung, managed to get over the difficult march But the damage was too great 3 million people starved to death, and some North Korean conservatives began to rebel against Kim Jong-il And that’s what went on until 2011 It was not known, but Kim Jong-il was constantly checked by outside forces and could not maintain proper power But Kim Jong-il suddenly dies He died of a severe myocardial infarction and a heart shock caused by stress on his way to the private train, the Sun But there was a problem The biggest problem was that Kim Jong-il died because he didn’t properly nominate his successor When this became known, North Korean politics became agitated And there’s a friction within North Korea As a result, the power is quickly divided in Pyongyang It quickly began to divide into North Korea’s conservative military forces, which rebelled against Kim Jong-il since 1995, and Jang Song-taek, who was supported by China As Kim Jong-il fails to present his successor, they keep Kim’s death a secret and consult with each other They try to bring up a new leader, but they often break down because of their interests Dec 19, 2011 Seoul, South Korea Lee Myung-bak president was to the summit with Japan at this time But I get a piece of information from the NIS Kim Jong-il is dead It also suggested a possible sudden change in North Korea Lee Myung-bak, the president to agonize for a while but the public’s growing confusion because i can this matter is to keep under wraps However, the South Korean military will be on high alert and police will issue emergency orders to protect the North Korea Then we bring up the Chungmu 3300/9000 plan that was made in the 90s Dec 23, 2011 Beijing, China I hear from Jang Sung-teak that Kim Jung-il is dead In China, 80 and 78 groups in China are forward deployed to the Yalu and Tumen rivers, respectively, in view of the 100% possibility of North Korea becoming a civil war It also uses the pro-China Jang Sung-teak forces to provoke conservative forces into a civil war Group 80 and group 78 were relatively light-weighted units in preparation for emergencies in North Korea It was part of a 90s chick project Their mission was to quickly cross the Yalu River, pass North Pyongan Province, and occupy Pyongyang, allowing them to exert influence in all areas of North Korea And then the troops started moving Forward deployed to the Yalu and Tumen rivers Dec 23, 2011 Washington D.C, U.S The U.S. military satellite, the KH-14 military satellite, captures the movement of Chinese troops in Manchuria The CIA and the NSA couldn’t miss it The United States, which has detected forward deployment of the Yalu and Tumen rivers even though they are not in training, is beginning to investigate why China is doing this In addition, seeing the declaration of an all-military emergency alert within the South Korean military, we sense something has happened in North Korea And in less than three hours, sources in South Korea and China tell us that Kim Jung-il is dead Dec 24, 2011 Pyongyang, North Korea Jang’s forces begin to move first He uses his power to oust conservative forces from the regime to force conservative forces to dismiss them to the Pyongyang Security Command and the party’s military committee It was provocation against conservative forces Conservative forces are opposed to this And it’s going to be a military confrontation There has already been a large and small coup in North Korea The reason for the existence of political and security officers in the North Korean military was because they wanted to prevent North Korean troops from being mobilized in such civil wars and coups But now the situation is too extreme There’s no supreme leader, and there’s two national opinions that are completely divided Jang’s dismissal of key members of the Pyongyang Security Command and the party’s military committee has fueled the burning house This was the starting point, and the conservatives and Jang Sung-teak’s pro-China forces turned their backs The meeting on the Supreme Leader’s decision has been completely suspended However, Jang’s pro-China forces gain confidence and take bolder actions when they see conservative military forces who do not take any political action Jang decided to change all field commanders and become the real power When we actually put this into action, the conservatives begin to rise In other words, there was a sudden change When the 3rd and 4th corps in Nampo and Haeju started moving first, a skirmish occurred with the North Korean Guard Command in Pyongyang Dec 24, 2011 Sinuiju, North Korea This is border area facing China and North Korea As soon as the Chinese military was about to cross the Yalu River to take control of Pyongyang, a loudspeaker blares out a warning that it will fire in the event of a Chinese military crossing without permission The Chinese army ignored it and did it, and soon a battle broke out between the two sides This was the first time North Korea and China fought since Korea’s liberation from Japanese colonial rule Dec 24, 2011 Washington D.C, U.S Confirm that the Chinese crossed the Yalu River The Chinese army was heading to Pyongyang very fest The U.S. 7th Fleet immediately starrted heading to Busan And deliver this fact to South Korea South Korea is also asking for quick intervention in this emergency China is holding a press conference There has been a sudden change in North Korea, and the Chinese people in North Korea are under threat of life The nuclear facilities have been handed over to the North Korean rebels. Let me announce through a press conference And we’re going to inform the world that we’re to get involved in this emergency South Korea, Japan and the West criticized China’s attitude and demanded the Chinese troops leave the country,

but China ignored it Dec 24, 2011 Seoul, South Korea NIS the Lee Myung-bak must make report to the president It was a report of a battle in Pyongyang There are also reports of Chinese military involvement in a sudden change Battle in Pyongyang is produced reports on Lee Myung-bak as president a sudden change in the North Korea and the death of leader Kim Jung-il, word of the massage through a press conference The reality of North Korea which had been kept secret was known As a sudden change occurred in North Korea and the Chinese military’s movements were confirmed, the South Korean military upgraded the Defconn to level 2 at midnight on Dec 25 Invoke Chungmu 3300/9000 plan Should have taken Pyongyang faster than the Chinese army Many people were angry at the news of Chinese military involvement in North Korea It was obvious Upon invoking the Chungmu 3300/9000 plan, the command was immediately transferred to the ROK-U.S. CFC, and the South Korea quickly returned to the wartime system Dec 25, 2011 MDL, South Korea This is DMZ The 7th Maneuver Corps will cross the MDL and advance to Pyongyang The 7th Maneuver Corps is the only group that advances north, unlike other corpses Most of the training was about mobile warfare Of all the corps-level army units in Asia, it is also analyzed to have the highest fighting power However, the Korean army will advance to Pyongyang with the 7th Maneuver Corps at the Korean army will advance to Pyongyang Their mission was to occupy Pyongyang faster than the Chinese military And we had to bring all the military forces in North Korea down It was an important mission Dec 25, 2011 Pyongsan, South Hwanghae Province It was about 128km south of Pyongyang So far, there has been no resistance from the North Koeran military The South Korean military was very curious about the lack of resistance, although it made a careful march in case of a surprise attack I was surprised that the North Korean military had not lost its will to resist But I get one information from the KDIC Currently, the North Korean military has no will to resist North Korean’s military was furious at the North’s pro-China forces’ involvement in China Upon receiving this information, we hear a series of news that North Korean military have surrendered here and there on the MDL And I’ve heard that the conservatives will cooperate with the Korean military It’s quite embarrassing I’ve been learning about my main enemy in North Korea, and I’m actually working with them The 7th Maneuver Corps will gain momentum and advance to Pyongyang at a faster pace But this could also be an enemy plot, so continue to march in preparation for a surprise attack Dec 25, 2011 HQ of the ROK-U.S. CFC The ROK-U.S. CFC has been keeping a close eye on the war It didn’t seem to be a problem because the plan was already well-organized without any blockages Freezing the stock market to minimize damage to the stock market or helping evacuate citizens in the Seoul metropolitan area and Gangwan Province It’s been a long time since all the factories in the south were turned into war-torn factories But the ROK-U.S. CFC had one thing to worry about There was no resistance from the North Korean military North Korean military deployed in the DMZ account for 60% of the total But the fact that there is no resistance at all, despite the advance of the Korean army, means there is something To find this meaning, the ROK-U.S. CFC mobilized all of its intelligence assets Dec 25, 2011 HQ of the NIS of the South Korea I get some information from the NIS from Hueming, or North Korean spies who have been deployed in North Korea For a long time, North Korea was divided into two groups, which finally broke up the civil war And it’s the information that 70% of the military’s conservative forces have completely turned their backs on pro-China forces, and they’ve come to cooperate with the military Already, the Chinese military has been supporting pro-Chinese forces in North Korea, killing conservative forces at a rapid pace Already, the Chinese military intervened in North Korea and there was not much time left until Pyongyang Dec 25, 2011 HQ of the ROK-U.S. CFC Conflicts between Chinese and South Korean military were expected because China was already involved As a result, there was a heated debate within the ROK-U.S. CFC We were divided into whether to attract conservative forces and prepare for war with China, or to reject these forces to avoid war with China The gap between the government of the ROK and the government of the U.S. was also a disagreemnet The ROK government was prepared to wage war with China because it said it could never hand over the Korean Peninsula to foreign powers The U.S. government decided that further expansion would be too much, so it wanted to avoid fighting with the Chinese military Already, they had this kind of heated debate before the shelling of Yeonpyeong Island With the position that we have to go to war, and that we don’t have to go to war During the artillery attack on Yeonpyeong Island, the U.S. was opposed to it, and it did not lead to a war However, the South Korean government has said that it will deal with the Chinese military on its own if the U.S. does not help it He showed his will never to hand over the Korean Peninsula to China It was really tricky for the U.S It could have gone wrong in dealing with the Chinese army, leading to a major war The U.S. begins to find diplomatic ways to resolve this war peacefully And the ROK government takes military action to get the U.S. into this war and put the Korean Peninsula completely within its influence We had different dreams because of different interests It was a dream of the same kind Dec 25, 2011 ROK-SWC This is the ROK-SWC The South Korean military has come up with a plan to occupy Pyongyang faster than China and to occupy its nuclear facilities safely It was the rear invasion of the SWC The main mission of the SWC is to mobilize all means of land, sea, air, and infiltration infiltrated deep into enemy territory and mainly struck, guerrilla, and reconnaissance And most of all, it was the most militant unit in Korea It means 100 per person

The South Korean military infiltrates the SWC into Kilju, where the nuclear facilities are located, and Sookcheon, the main advance of the Chinese military And there was behind-the-scenes contact with the conservatives Dec 26, 2011 Gilju, North Korea SF 707 of Korea will be dispatched here It was to remove the nuclear facilities in Punggyeri, Gilju North Korea’s nuclear facilities themselves pose a great threat to security That’s why the South Korean militray sends SF to dismantle all of its nuclear facilities in Gilju This is where North Korea’s pro-China forces face resistance We managed to get rid of the nuclear facilities, but a lot of 707 special agents became warriors When this report was entered into the CFC, the CFC made on ismple estimate The fact that there in no resistance from the North Korean military in the current DMZ area in Gilju, the northern part of the country, suggests that the North Korean military is divided into two And guess that the Gaema Plateau, the northeastern part of North Korea, is completely dominated by pro-China forces It was accurate The Northeastern legions were pro-China, and the area close to the DMZ was conservative The pro-China forces joined China Conservative forces had indicated their willingness to support the South Korean military North Korea was divided into two countries Dec 26, 2011 Gusong, North Korea The Chinese military is embarrassed by unexpected resistance From Sinuiju to Soncheon-gun, Jeongju-si, Anju-si, and Guseong-gun, we had to suffer from North Korean ambush and landmines Because of this, the Chinese army wasted precious 2 days Dec 26, 2011 Sukchon, North Korea At the same time, the 1st, 9th, 11th Airborne Special Brigade succeeded in safely operating in sukchon And here, airborne brigades form their own defenses to stop the Chinese army Not only did they blow up the bridge, but they also set up landmines everywhere Dec 26, 2011 Sunchon, North Korea This was Sunchon, North Korea, right next to Sukchon Since this place is connected to Pyongyang and the national road, it took less than an hour to get to Pyongyang when it fell From the point of view of the Korean military, we had to defend this place somehow That’s why the South Korean military dispatched the 3rd, 7th Airporne Special Brigade, and the 13th Special Military Brigade to protect the area A defense line connecting Sukchon and Sunchon was created in the morth of Pyongyang In addition, since this is a strategic point, we arrived here by air transport of 105mm of grain grapes to increase the firepower They had to stop the Chinese army somehow Dec 26, 2011 Sariwon, North Korea Following the 7th Maneuver Corps, other South Korean corps were helping to disarm the North Korean army They disarmed the North Korean army and moved them to the rear Because they were able to revolt But these North Korean army had no animosity toward the South Korean army Rather, he was cooperating with the military Soon after, contacts were made between conservative forces and the leaders of the ROK-U.S. CFC And the negotiations went on The main focus of the negotiations was not that big To accept the surrender of the conservatives and to ensure their safety He also expresses his willingness to actively cooperate with the South Korean military if this is guaranteed The ROK-U.S. CFC had no reason to refuse The negotiations were concluded in less than 3 hours, and for the first time in history, military cooperation between the two Koreans took place I could get a lot of information from North Korea from the conservatives The scale of the pro-China forces and why this civil war broke out The collapse of North Korea was just around the corner Dec 27, 2011 Washington D.C, U.S The situation was getting worse for the United States Once the war was over, the U.S. Forces Korea was making a lukewarm response, although it was advancing Besides, the conservatives were completely surrender, and they were given bargaining chips in favor of Korea And most of all, Korea was in a state of drainage that if China did not leave the Korean Peninsula, it would fight a war The diplomatic war between the United States, South Korea and China was raging Above all, Lee Myung-bak is president of Barack Obama called directly to president and ask and prevent escalation with China, please But Lee Myung-bak, president of the hardball Unless the Chinese army leave the Korean Peninsula, we will be ready for war and will never back down Article 3 of the Constitution of the South Korea states that the territory of the South Korea is the Korean Peninsula and its annexes It clearly states that the entire Korean Peninsula is a territory of the South Korea However, if the foreign powers take over the Korean Peninsula, it will be a severe invasion of national sovereignty and the South Korea will not be able to stop it There will be bloodshed in this process However, foreign forces that invaded the Korean Peninsula will surely leave Before that, there was a history and movement to invade the Korean Peninsula But he was kicked out every time In this process, we paid expensive tuition and have learned history The South Korean government never wanted the Korean Peninsula to be taken away by other foreign powers as it did during Japanese colonial era 1910 And I didn’t want to repeat that history That’s why the Korean government came out so hard With the South Korea so hard-line, anti-Chinese in the U.S. are starting to pressure the Obama administration They want U.S. to actively support South Korea In the end, the United States begins to shift to a position that supports the South Korea The burn one’s bridges was a success With this momentum, the U.S. began producing military supplies in Japan and began supplying unlimited supplies to South Korea 3 days after the war Dec 27, 2011 Sukchon, North Korea This is Sukchon Finally, the first skirmish between Chinese and Korean military began in Sukchon The SWC had only infantry, anti-tank weapons and 3 artillery pieces, which were greatly pushed back by firepower There was occasionla support from conservative forces, but they were far behind China’s firepower But they had to keep it to the end If this place is opened, Pyongyang will fall into the hands of the Chinese military and the Chinese military will be able to occupy the entire North Korean region Nevertheless, due to the firepower and the numerical strength, the SF will be greatly pushed back to the main resistance line

We were about to lose Dec 27, 2011 Pyongyang, North Korea The battle between the Guard Command and the 3rd and 4th Corps of North Korea’s conservative forces was taking place overnight The Guard Command is composed of 120,000 troops It’s the most powerful North Korean military unit That’s why it was not easy to break through even if two military units attacked Pyongyang Rather, I started to get pushed back So I thought the North Korean civil war ended with pro-China forces winning Then an object roared in the sky and air force planes began attacking the Guard Command Post It was the F-4D Phantom Fighter of the ROKAF The F-4D Phantom is a fighter jet with air-to-ground bombing missions and anti-aircraft control mission against enemy air defense networks It’s a fighter with overwhelming power, payload and mobility In particular, it is a fighter jet that has a high level of bombing capability against enemy infantry and armored vihicles due to its high explosive capacity The South Korean military sent fighter jets to support the 3rd and 4th Corps of the conservative military forces and quickly occupy Pyongyang After that, the 7th Maneuver Corps will enter Pyongyang for 2 full days from Seoul They quickly began to take care of the Guard and support the 3rd and 4th Corps A fierce battle between the 7th Maneuver Corps, the 3rd and 4th Coprs of North Korea and the Guard Command came from Pyongyang, and the Korean flag was raised on the roof of the Workers’s Party building within 2 hours It was the occupation of Pyongyang by the Korean army There was resistance from the Guard Command in the outlying areas of Pyongyang, but they were eventually destroyed by the overwhelming firepower of the 7th Maneuver Corps Then, the 7th Maneuver Corps immediately moves north to Sukcon and Sunchon It was to save the SF that were guarding Sukchon and Sunchon Time was life We had to march fast Dec 27, 2011 Sukchon, North Korea When the main resistance line is about to fall, the Chinese military begins to retreat The SF won the battle The SF were dumbfounded I thought I was going to lose Only then did I know The fact that the South Korean army occupied Pyongyang first The will of the showdown led to victory And not long after, the 7th Maneuver Corps arrived to support the SF It was a perfect victory for the South Korean army They reinforce the defenses of Sukchon and Sunchon in preparation for the Chinese military Dec 27, 2011 Pyongyang, South Korea The South Korean government officially announced its occupation of Pyongyang and began stabilizing the Hwanghae-do, Pyongyang and Gangwon Province They disarmed the North Korean army and released food to win the hearts of the people In a statement, we demand the immediate eviction of Chinese military stationed in North Pyongan Province They say they have sovereignty over the Korean Peninsula Dec 27, 2011 Washington D.C, U.S In response, the U.S. demanded the immediate eviction of Chinese military stationed in North Pyongan Province, and said that all sovereignty of the Korean Peninsula belongs to South Korea And then forward deploy the 7 Fleet into the West Sea Following that, Western forces, including the United States, issued a statement of support to South Korea and fiercely criticized China for its illegal war Dec 28, 2011 Sukchon, North Korea Jang’s pro-Chinese forces and pro-Chinese military are starting to rally in the northern part of Pyongyang Jang survived the battle in Pyongyang and managed to run away to the Jungju And they claim that South Korea started an illegal war and that North Korea’s legitimacy is theirs South Korea and North Korean conservatives and pro-North Korean forces in China have begun to face off in the Korean Peninsula In the meantime, the Chinese military seemed to have no intention of leaving North Korea On the contrary, they were wary of the Korean army by pushing more troops at the Sukchon and Sunchon defense line It was really evil And they were driving a streetcar and putting it right in front of them And they were driving a streetcar and putting it right in front of them While I was on guard, I started hearing gunfire from somewhere And this shooting eventually led to war Dec 28, 2011 Sukchon, North Korea An unknown gunshot eventually led to a war in the brink of war Surprised by the gunfire, the Chinese military launched a preemptive attack on the South Korean military The South Korean military responded by firing artillery shells, and there was a gun battle between the two The Chinese military came down the line and threatened the 7th Maneuver Corps 2 Chinese field forces pushed for it, and it seemed like defense line was going to be pushed back However, the 7th Maneuver Corps in South Korea is the most powerful army unit in Asia The majority of thanks owned by the Korean Armed Forces are concentrated here K-1A1 tanks as well as mechanized and mobile artillery equipment such as K-MLRS, K-9s It is the most powerful firepower unit of the Asian Army because it is deployed first Although the Chinese military suffered some damage due to an unexpected preemptive strike, they quickly reorganized and launched counterattacks The 7th Maneuver Corps finally broke the Northern Limit Line The firepower was weak because the 2 Chinese groups, the 80s and 78s, were lightened to quickly occupy Pyongyang It was enough fighting power for the 7th Maneuver Corps to fight back The Chinese army made a big mistake because of this lack of information from the 7th Maneuver Corps It was an example of how important information warfare is The 7th Maneuver Corps fought back and broke through the Taeryong River and began to march north Dec 28, 2011 Gyeryong, South Korea The South Korean military is also furious that the Chinese military launched a preemptive strike Therefore, the 7th Maneuver Corps plans to attack the Chinese army using tis current Hyunmoo ballistic missile(1000 units) and the Korean Navy and Air Force But the situation of the local war in North Korea Taking issue with the political problems of using the Air Force to defeat the enemy, the ROK military has only undertaken a mission to secure limited air power It was judged that international opinion in favor of South Korea could be overturned if there was a direct conflict with the Chinese military via air force aircraft

In addition, the decision overlaps with the judgment that if a rocket attack occurs on mainland China, it will not be able to handle the whole war and the aftermath This is the choice despite the priority of Korean soldiers In the end, the Air Force was forced into a limited supply operation at the choice of the Korean military leaders It wasn’t really a battle It was a sad decision However, many air force planes were moved to Sunan International Airport in Pyongyang, South Korea, to respond immediately to the deployment of Chinese air force planes I’ve made sure he’s always in combat Dec 30, 2011 Jungju, North Korea The 7th Maneuver Corps was rapidly moving north, defeating China’s 80th and 78th groups The Chinese seemed so unbeatable as to be invincible “telling you what happens when a country that prepared for war and a country that didn’t prepare for it confront each other” But they’re about to hit a snag, too In 6 days of fighting through a total of 268km of forced troops, defects began to occur here and there in the 7th Maneuver Corps equipment In direct combat with the Chinese army, the accumulated damage to the 7th Maneuver Corps was severe Fatigue was also accumulated quite a lot Without the support of other troops, any further advance would have been difficult Dec 30, 2011 Dandong, China Group 79 and group 81 began to rally in Dandong to support 80 and 78 groups The war was getting more and more full However, the political landscape of Beijing in China was quite different There was skepticism about the war, and the argument of the anti-war forces was growing day by day, saying that additional troops in North Korea might have to be prepared for war with the United States China is a country that can never fight geopolitically It’s a country that’s adjacent to 14 countries Does that mean you have good diplomatic relations with them? That’s not it Most of the 14 contries are anti-China or pro-American Furthermore, there are only 10 countries with close ties with China China had so many enemies And if you look at ethnic minorities in China, political issues in China, debt problems in China, In this situation, it would be like committing suicide to go to war with the ROK, which is a pro-U.S. country and allied with the U.S So China quickly took over Pyongyang and tried to negotiate with South Korea, but the first step was wrong In addition, since all the media and governments around the world are watching this Korean Peninsula, China, which lacks justification, will not be able to expand further It was a great opportunity for Korea In china, anti-war forces, led by the Princelings, are increasingly vocal and targeting President Hu Jintao You can’t successfully lead a war that was unjustified in the first place But because North Korea brings tremendous geopolitical benefits to China, it has to have North Korea to challenge its hegemony China is in a situation where it can’t do this or that Dec 31, 2011 West Sea This is the West Sea The 3rd Fleet and 7th Fleet of the United States were deployed I came from afar to support South Korea The U.S. 3rd Fleet and 7th Fleet will be deployed in the West Sea to support the Korean military’s activities and block China’s entry into the naval and air forces Now that the U.S. fleet has been deployed in the West Sea, China could not do anything about it The attack on the American fleet itself was a suicide All of China’s naval and air forces will be tied up Dec 31, 2011 Samjiyon, North Korea Eventually, China will choose Avoid the battle with armed forces of the Western Front but are careful to North kroea’s forces and the donghae the ever-adapting adversaries and to controls only the northeastern part of the force so far it is The decision came while Chinese political cricles were discussing whether to expand the war with the ROK It is a compromise between the position of support for expansion and the position of opposition In fact, what China really needed was the northeastern part of North Korea North Korea’s northeastern Pacific Ocean through only, the donghae to go to Therefore, China plans to avoid expanding its military presence and to maintain its occupation of the northeastern part of North Korea in accordance with the compromise between the two sides This eliminates the need for war with the U.S and reduces unnecessary casualties Troops in Manchuria will travel through the Tumen River to the northeast Jan 1, 2012 Moscow, Russia A new year has come! Russia, one of the parties to the six-party talks, has done nothing about the war Due to the Russian general election in 2011, domestic issues were so noisy that I couldn’t draw attention to other wars Furthermore, Russia’s economy was very economically difficult in 2008 due to the Lehman crissis, so it dared not go to war I was just sightseeing away from this war Jan 1, 2012 UN HQ The HQ of the UN was getting busy on because of the war between Korea and China The economies of Korea and China are rocking the world if only one ountry collapses, and since the 2 countries have entered a state of war, each country is scrambling to mediate the war In particular, China, which is behind the war, is stepping up its diplomatic campaign I’ve met many countries and asked them to mediate this war And then we meet with Russia and we proceed with the talks Jan 1, 2012 Tokyo, Japan Japan was smiling inwardly watching this situation They were able to sell their munitions to Korea It was a moment to revive the collapsed Japanese economy The GDP growth rate went up by 3~4% In addition, the rise of Japanese manufacturing indusstry in a long time provides an opprtunity for Japan’s economy to grow rapidly In addition, the war on the Korean Peninsula has led to growing calls for a revision of the pacifist constitution in Japan, and the opposition LDP is beginning to speak out Japanese society was rapidly turning right Jan 2, 2012 Washington D.C, U.S

Meanwhile, one of the U.S. intelligence assets, the KH-14 satellite, identifies Chinese troopss entering North Korea through the Tumen River, We’ll inform the ROK-U.S. CFC immediately And in case of war with the Chinese, the 4th Fleet will head to the Korean Peninsula A total of three American fleets came forward However, the opposition to this has also obeen alarming The war in Iraq and Afghanistan already has a huge aftermath for the U.S. military Public opinion was created by concerns about the global economy and the possibility of attacking a nuclear power if we go to war with China China is the world’s second-largest economy We trade with many countriess But if China goes into a war situation, it will be a huge negative factor And the moment China is forced into war and uses nuclear weapons, the whole world may end Because of this concern, the United States is sending the 4th Fleet to the Korean Peninsula to fight the war and to find a way to mediate the war between Korea and China Jan 2, 2012 Wonsan, South Korea When the U.S. learned that Chinese troops were entering the northeastern part of North Korea, the 1st, 2nd and 7th Corps advanced to Sinuiju on the western front On the eastern front, the 8th Corps advanced along the coastline The Western Front was successful, but the Eastern Front was blocked by a huge road called nature It iw because we face the Gaema Plateau, which averages 1,200m above sea level, and the northeastern part of North Korea Here, the South Korean military moves north with the idea of occupying North Korea as soon as possible before more Chinese troops come, but it is here that it will collapse miserably Jan 3, 2012 Sinhung, North Korea This is Sinhung in North Korea engage in a battle between South Korean and pro-China North Korean and Chinese forces It was a place where the Korean army was devastated There is only one reason It was nature Its altitude is very high, with an average altitude of 1,200m And it’s winter The cold here is unimaginable, with an avarage temperature of minus 15 degrees It’s so cold that many of the equipment is frozen, and the battery freezess, or the coolant freezes The equipment broke down and the military equipment became useless, and many of the troops were often killed in action due to frostbite It was no exaggeration to say that it was hell It was also a place where the U.S. military had a hard time during the Korean War It was also the place that decorated the climax of the Battle of Jang Jin-ho This battle will eventually wipe out 15% of the 8th Corps It’s practically the same as saying you can’t go north This is how the Northern Limit Line of the Eastern Front was created because it could no longer advance If I wanted to go up here, I couldn’t go up until spring Dec 5, 2012 Sinuiju, South Korea Meanwhile, Sinuiju was occupied by the Korean army This time, the battle wass fought with the 7th Corps in the rear and the 1st and 2nd Corps in the lead The Chinese troops, who no longer had support, abandoned the Wesstern Front and returned to China, and occupied Sinuiju almost bloodless The West was almost occupied In about 12 days, the Korean army sstepped on the Yalu River But we didn’t make any further northing here I didn’t go to Manchuria It was to not give China a cause to go to all-out war Jan 7, 2012 Seoul, South Korea About 13 days have passed since the war broke out due to North Korea’s civil war The front eventually became a deadlock The western front was all occupied, but the northeastern part of North Korea was blocked by a huge wall of nature and was no longer allowed to going north A new Northern Limit Line has been created Everything was going as planned by China To overcome this, a shole new situation had to come out Jan 14, 2012 Beijing, China Knowing that the Northern Limit Line was created and that the Korean military could no longer afford to advance north, China made a proposal to the United States Let’s end the war here and hand it over to the UN The North’s northeastern region is to be jointly managed by the United States, China and the UN It was to draw up a new border and propose a plan for a split-off rule over North Korea, focusing on the current stalemate in the front line So far, what South Korea has occupied has been given to South Korea, and the rest of North Korea’s northeastern region iss divided into three countries There was growing anti-war sentiment in the United States, and the war between China and the United States could soon escalate into a nuclear war The Obama administration is tempted by China’s offer, which it believes is best to avoid Most of all, it was tempting to hand it over to the UN And I sstart to mediate with Korea as it is No further northing is too much, so let’s negotiate peace with China at this point Jan 14, 2012 Washington D.C, U.S The offer to China was also a good one for the United States There were a lot of problems in the United States today The Middle East’s problems, including Iraq, Afghanistan, and Iran, have yet to be fully resolved Anti-war sentiment was strong in demestic, and the issue of the 2008 Lehman crisis was not resolved Because of the 2012 U.S. presidential election, the Obama administration wanted to eliminate uncertainty as much as possible That’s why I was attracted to China’s offer It was a perfectly understandable possition Frankly speaking, the Obama administration thinks that China is a less than a fist in the U.S We were in a position to solve each other;s problems in a good way The Obama administartion will call Korea again Jan 15, 2012 Seoul, South Korea The Obama administration is mediating, Lee Myung-bak as president once again to present a tougher stance However, the U.S. is also beginning to put strong pressure on South Korea to sign a peace treaty In the international community, it is not a society made up of rational logic It’s a society shere the logic of power prevails This pressure from the U.S. has greatly influenced Korean politics At this point, we’re starting to think about ending the war However, despite the U.S. demand, the Korean government firmly rejects the U.S. demand

Unless the Korean Peninsula is completely within its influence, there will be no negotiations in this war The United States was still mediating Even the United States tackled this war, and the ending of this war was continuing as planned by China Jan 19, 2012 Washington D.C, U.S The Obama administration’s mediation has embarrassed the U.S. military He began to presuade President Obama, with the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff at Korea is our blood ally If North Korea’s northeastern region is handed over to China, strategic lossses will be huge I persuaded Pressident Barack Obama for this kind of reason In Northeast Asia strategy, North Korea is an indispensable part of the United States It was because it was an area where the U.S. ended its strategy of encircling China, which it had planned and implemented since 2000 In the future, if China challenges hegemony, it would encircle China in many ways, but if North korea’s northeasstern region is given to China, there will be a hole in this strategy That’s why the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, which knew this better than anyone else, began to persuade President Barack Obama Not only the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, but also the CIA and the U.S. Republican Party demand that the Korean Peninsula be completely occupied by South Korea But Pressident Obama wanted to end this war quickly Because the 2012 presidential election was the biggest problem It happened because I wanted to cover up the uncertainty caused by the war Jan 23, 2012 Sinhung, North Korea As the conflict between South Korea and the U.S. grows, China brings various equipment to the northeastern part of North Korea And they’ve completely fortified themselves It was done to prevent the Korean army from advancing alone The longer the time is delayed, the more disadvantageous it has become for the South Korean military, and the Chinese military will fortify all of the deadlock Jan 23, 2012 Tokyo, Japan The Japanese government has also expressed opposition to the U.S. action It revealed that the Korean Peninsula is Korean territory It is simple for Japan to take this position China’s navy will turn to favor East Sea, because I had to East Sea influence between Russia and South Korea and Japan already has been fiercely bring made But China will be even the counterweight of recurring Mario franchise enemies will fall apart of the East Sea here Korea was the only one in Japan rather than losse money nor could be a grave ssecurity threat If a rich fishing ground can lose your judgment of the East Sea to That’s why the Japanese government is beginning to demand an advance into the northeastern part of North Korea Jan 28, 2012 Washington D.C, U.S The conflict between the Obama administration and the military is growing Even the Democratic Party’s supporters who thought they had abandoned their Northeast Asian strategy were breaking away The Obama administration continues to persuade the U.S. military But there was a lot of anti-war opinion about this time President Barack Obama is in trouble And then we decide The choice to decide the fate of the Korean Peninsula and the 70 million Korean people has finally been decided President Barack Obama’ss choice was to maintain status quo The Choice was to end the war here The U.S. military is very disappointed You said handing over the Korean Peninsula to China is something only idiots would do But perhaps it’s a wise choice for President Obama, as he was preparing for the 2012 presidential election So, while we heard sighs all over the White House, a phone call changes the mood It was a call from the CIA The contents of the call were as follows Russia’s involvement in negotiations on the northeastern part of North Korea has been confirmed If the three countries jointly manage North Korea, China confirmed a secret agreement to hand over one of its jurisdiction, the Rason region, to Russia The strategy was to hand over China’s Rason region to gain the upper hand in Northeast Asia’s strategy and bring Russia to its own team When the intelligence was confirmed, the atmosphere in the White House was completely changed He thought that Northeast Asia could be completely taken away by continental forces (China, Russia) because Russia gained a floating port as it gained an Rason area It was an absolute crisis Jan 28, 2012 Vladivostok, Russia Russia has vast territory It was a country that had a lot of resources and had grown rapidly based on thiss vast territory But Russia also had a big disadvantage There aren’t many ports Due to Russia’s climate, ports in all regions except the Black Sea freeze in winter When the harbor freezes, ships that are anchored in the harbor are trapped and damaged by ice This is not only disable the shipping industry, but also the Navy Therefore, Russia has been aiming for a floating port since the Russian Empire in order to advance to the sea With this goal, Russia was forced to march south to get a floating port, and it had a lot of conflictss with its native forces and itss friendly forces These clashes, which began in the 19th century, continued until the 21st century But knowing this, China said it would hand over the non-freezing port, the Rason region, to Russsia It was a secret agreement that could completely reverse the situation in Northeast Asia, which was favorable to the U.S Jan 29, 2012 Beijing, China It wass because China needed Russia’s help to challenge its hegemony and agreed to hand over the Rason region it had taken If it works, the continental forcess of China and Russia could have defeated the United States However, the secret agreement was discovered by the United States and the world China dreamed of wass completely shattered Jan 30, 2012 East Sea The U.S. 4th Fleet also begins operations on the Korean Peninsula It was to support Korea Feb 1, 2012 Washington D.C, U.S The U.S. felt a great sense of crisis when the secret agreement between China and Russia was confirmed Not only did we have to revise our strategy in Northeast Asia, The hegemony America has is also threatened And we’ve been able to confirm that China and Russia are forming a coalition, so the United States is trying to stop this The atmosphere in the White House changed 180 degress

President Barack Obama will also order North Korea to occupy the northeastern part of the country And I’m telling China that I’m going to cancel the offer of joint management by the three countries in northeastern North Korea Feb 3, 2012 Pyongyang, South Korea The U.S. Forces in Korea, which was guarding the rear, will finally move north To replace the heavily damaged 8th Corps and occupy the northeastern region along the coastline The U.S. military began to deploy to combat areas in earnest The U.S. government ahs shown strong support for South Korea and says it will provide everything it can to occupy the northeastern part of North Korea Feb 5, 2012 Chongjin, North Korea During the time-delayed period due to the conflict between South Korea and the U.S., the Chinese military has fortified the vast plateau of North Korea To overcome this, the ROK-U.S. CF had come up with a new strategy It was a landing operation We were able to take part in this landing operation in the United States, so the firepower could be more concentrated But it was that dangerous As technology advances, so does missiles The way to break through the shore of World War II was too risky Therefore, the ROK-U.S. CF will carry out an ultra-horizonatal landing operation, which will operate over the beach by helicopter from outside the horizon around the 4th Fleet The Ultra-horizontal landing operation has the advantage of being hidden below the horizon and not being detected by the ground-based radar of the defense forces, but also being able to land safely The ROK-U.S. CF plans to recapture this Chongjin though landing operations and take over the northeastern part of the ocuntry completely If you only capture Chongjin here, not only can we quickly occupy the northeastern part of North Korea, but we can also stop Russia from advancing south The ROK-U.S. CF prepare for landing operation through Marines from both countries Now that the United States is fully involved, we don’t have to look at China Feb 9, 2012 Beijing, China Skeptical voices are beginning to emerge from political circles in Beijing, China That’s because the United States broke off the talks and sent combat troops to the northeast China’s political community is calling for the withdrawal of all Chinese troops from North Korea for fear of war with the United States It was centered around the Princelings Even President Hu Jintao’s closest aides have began to join the effort This war was hopeless Feb 12, 2012 Chongjin, North Korea This is the coast of Chongjin The ROK-U.S. CF, divided into Osprey, LCAC and landing armored vihicles, have launched a landing operation in Chongjin In started 20~30km from the shoreline and landed safely There was little resistance from the enemy It was because the landing operation was carried out outside the field gun intersection The Marines quickly seized control of the Chongjin and quickly repelled pro-China North Korean forces The Chinese were resisting occasionally, but the Chinese were trying to avoid fighting In the end, 2 months after the outbreak of the war, Chongjin, a strategic hub in northeastern North Korea, was occupied Feb 13, 2012 Sinhung, North Korea The news of the successful landing operation in Chongjin has also led to the start of the North’s march on the front line Although the 8th Coprs may have suffered near annihilation in the first Sinhung battle, it was different this time There was a strong U.S. military ally behind us and the war situation wass completely favorable to Korea The 3rd and 8th Corps are starting to march to the northeast And along the coasstline, the U.S. Forces Korea will advance South Korea’s F-15K fighter jets, U.S. F-16C fighter jets, AH 64D Apache attack helicopters, etc It was decorated with state-of-the-art air force aircraft from the ROK-U.S. CF The U.S. decision to participate in the war made the use of naval and air forces much freer because it didn’t have to be wary of China The ROK-U.S. Air Force worked hard to secure the right to provide support for the advancing army Feb 14, 2012 Chongjin, North Korea In Chongjin, the number of landing troops was increasing The strategy was to completely fortify the Chongjin area around the 4th Fleet of the United States and to encircle the northeastern part of North Korea The ROK Marine Corps and Army troops were dispatched to Chonogjin, and the USFK units were also being added to the Chongjin Feb 16, 2012 Beijing, China When the ssituation was completely reversed, China eventually decided to withdraw its troops from North Korea The order was issued to refrain from fighting the ROK-U.S. CF and to return to China safely China has finally given up on North Korea It was because we had to prepare for an all-out war with the U.S. if we resisted the ROK-U.S. CF China gives up North Korea in order not to be insatiable And in Beijing, China, power is rapidly changing President Hu Jintao’s position has been reduced rapidly, holding him responsible for the defeat Feb 18, 2012 Gyeryong, South Korea Korea also confirmed the withdrawal of Chinese troops That’s why the ROK-U.S. CF were ordered to avoid fighting the Chinese It was to avoid an all-out war with China It’s like leaving the foreign powers that took over the Korean Peninsula alone However, this war between Korea and China will be recorded in history as a victory for Korea The Korean government’s determination and continued commitment to war led to victory Of course, the entire Korean Peninsula was not completely occupied The South Korean military now had to deal with the remaining remnants of pro-Chinese North Korean soldiers It was pretty hard to deal with these remnants Feb 29, 2012 Hyesan, South Korea It was originally Hyesan, a northern territory of North Korea Now it has become the territory of South Korea The Joint Chiefs of Staff will confirm that the last remaining Chinese troops have withdrawn from North Korea China completely pulled out of the Korean Peninsula It was a victory for the Korean army The South Korean military is now struggling to deal with the remnants of North Korea It was because pro-China and North Korean forces continued to engage in guerrilla warfare and tormented the ROK-U.S. CF The Korean Army is beginning to rewrite the way it used during the Korean War Just as they destroyed the mountain, they began to destroy it in the same way

You might think that it would be advantageous for guerrilla warfare because it was winter, but it was more advantageous for the suppression forces The snow piled up, making it easier to trace North Korean pro-Chinese soldiers’ footprints, and most of all, the South Korean military was more advantageous because it was not available Furthermore, the people of North Korea were not on the side of the pro-China North Korean army Rather, he was on the side of the ROK-U.S. CF, which gave him rice and meat soup It quickly starts to deal with pro-China North Korean troops in the Gaema Plateau and other areas Soon after, the pro-China North Korean army surrendered to the ROK-U.S. CF He had lost his fighting spirit Mar 1, 2012 Seoul, South Korea Spring has come to the Korean Peninsula with the last day of Feb 29 The crisis of war is gone However, the damage to both sides was enormous due to the North Korean civil war and the China-Korean war There were a lot of casualtiess and large property evasion occurred But there was something I got The unity of the Korean people and the tenacity of the Korea-U.S. alliance The Korean Peninsula is taking off from unification 67 years after it was divided in 1945 It was a new era And the South Korean government began stabilization operations in North Korea and began to erase traces of the Kim family step by step And the government held a commission to investigate the authenticity of the China-Korean War and began questioning those responsible for the war I even sent a letter of protest to China and tried to break up the relationship As it was later known, the gunshot, which caused the South Korea-China conflict in the Sukchon area, turned out to be an act of pro-China North Korean troops The South Korean government arrested those responsible for the pro-China North Korean military and sent them to a military court to punish them From death penalty to imprisonment Post-war restoration projects were carried out throughout the entire Korean Peninsula The construction industry began to flourish, and the low birth rate problem was solved The soldiers who led the war to victory received the highest hospitality and began to be respected and loved by many people Maybe it should have been 67 years ago Although it was late, it was okay because I was respected and loved even now The veterans finish their military service and some begin to move on to politics Since then, the South Korean government has set up a self-governing government in the North Korean region and carried out post-war restoration projects and stabilization work in earnest to avoid economic damage Nov 6, 2012 Washington D.C, U.S In the United States, President Barack Obama manages to win re-election over Republican Mitt Romney His attempt to give up Korea became a hot topic in the media, but he managed to secure 51.7% of the votes and won a second term The American people have recognized President Barack Obama’s achievements so far In addition, the U.S. Forces Korea, which won the war, decided to keep it It was because the U.S. Forces Korea had to be in order to keep China and Russia in check Mar 1, 2013 Beijing, China In China, on the other hand, President Hu Jintao has resigned The opposition parties were questioning the defeat of the China-Korean War In the end, a Tuanpai, one of China’s political forces, was forced to resign due to President Hu Jintao’s mistake and the Princelings began to take over And finally, Xi Jinping will succeed Hu Jintao as the new president of China It was a move from the Tuanpai to the Princelings Jul 21, 2013 Tokyo, Japan Japan continued its economic growth rapidly It beat China, which was hit hard by the war It was like showing Japan of the old bubble economy He started to lead Asia again However, when the war broke out on the Korean Peninsula, Japan, which was unstable in security, rapidly turned to the right And it was reflected in the election In the 46th election of the Central Committee held on July 21, 2013, The Liberal Democratic Party, led by Shinzo Abe, has returned to power with a landslide victory It was the revival of the right-wing regime Mar 1, 2042 Pyongyang, South Korea 30 years have passed since the end of the China-Korean War A lot has changed North Korea has also achieved some economic growth It was possible thanks to the huge support and investment of Korea In the meantime, the conflict between the autonomous government of Free Joseon and the government of the Republic of Korea has deepened, creating a crisis, but it has been wisely resolved And it was finally that time The consultation between the Korean government and the Free Chosun autonomous government was carried out, and it was finally absorbed and unified by the Korean government And there was a presidential election to pick the leader of a unified Korea Both South and North Koreans were given a fair vote And Han Seung-yoon, a former mechanized infantry battalion of the 7th Corps who fought fiercely 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