INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - The local Korean community is watching every move of the North Korea's young dictator.
"This has been a trend all along," said South Korea native Bong Chang.
Chang was just ten years old during the Korean War but he remembers it well.
"I saw the Chinese soldiers and also the North Korean soldiers. They came and we were frightened and airplanes are flying all over and we had to get out of our home and hide in the rice field."
Fast forward 60 years and conflict is once again escalating in the peninsula. Chang calls it decades of bluffing by North Korea, but this time it's different.
"This young man, Kim Jong Un, he's much more belligerent than anybody else and I'm worried about him because he's so young. You never know what the young guys are going to do," said Chang.
Kim Jong Un is North Korea's leader and there's no official report of his age. Many speculate he's 29-years-old.
American leaders say they're taking Un's threats seriously.
Most recently, American satellite photos showed new activity at North Korea's nuclear reactor and the country moved a missile to its east coast Thursday; a show of power to its South Korean neighbors, including Chang's family.
"I'm worried but I don't think that there will be actually war per say," said Chang.
Chang instead worries about a mistake, like shots fired across the border that will spark retaliation that will quickly escalate.
He and the Korean community in Indianapolis are now watching all news outlets constantly, hoping that this bluffing game is only that.
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