North Korea sends more trash balloons towards Seoul

The South Korean military says that North Korea launched balloons carrying trash and waste towards South Korea again.

The Joint Chiefs of Staff of South Korea said that the launch began at around 8:00 p.m. Saturday.

They say that about 90 such balloons were found, which dropped cigarette butts and paper waste in the capital city Seoul and nearby Gyeonggi Province.

The military advised people to beware of falling objects and inform either military or police if they found suspicious items.

North Korea launched about 260 similar balloons towards various parts of South Korea including Seoul several days ago.

South Korean Defense Minister Shin Won-sik on Saturday condemned North Korea calling the action crude and low during a speech at the Asian Security Summit in Singapore.

South Korea's Yonhap News Agency reported that North Korea sent GPS jamming signals in the Yellow Sea west of the peninsula for four straight days till Saturday.

Seoul says it considers the recent Pyongyang's provocative actions very serious.