Vice President Kamala Harris visits the Demilitarized Zone on the border of North and South Korea.

Vice President Kamala Harris visited the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) that splits up North Korea and South Korea. The DMZ is a strip of land that runs horizontally across the Korean Peninsula and serves as a buffer zone between North and South Korea. Shortly after Vice President Kamala Harris left South Korea, two short-range ballistic missiles were launched by North Korea into the sea, which was the third breach of UN Sanctions this week.

HARRIS": “That’s something, to actually see this with your own eyes. And it’s so close.”

SOLDIER: “It’s 50 meters away ma’am. That’s North Korea at the wood line.”

HARRIS: “I know. That’s it. That’s it.”

SOLDIER: “In fact, I talked about one of the dismounted patrols. We have one that’s going to be departing today, in fact, just after you leave. And I’d like to take an opportunity to introduce you to some of our soldiers.”

HARRIS: “I’d like that. I’d like that.”