Consider that in this chronology of N Korea's missile program: http://www.boston.com/news/world/asia/articles/2009/04/04/chronology_of_north_koreas_missile_program/ Japan is mentioned as frequently as the US, and the two of them far more than any other country. Japan is affected more directly than most countries.On the other hand, these are just tests and/or demonstrations ("I know that you know that I know that I can throw this hunk of metal and make it land whereever I want.")It doesn't mean that the knowledge will be used any time soon.
More than anything I was worried about Japan overreacting. But it flew by and now no one's talking about it anymore.
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