North Korea released a video of a simulated attack on Seoul, less than two weeks after the country produced a film showing an imaginary nuclear attack on Washington, D.C. The video was published Monday on the website DPRK Today, Newsweek reported. Titled, “If the ultimatum goes unanswered,” the computer-generated images show missiles fired from road-mobile launchers, which then destroy key buildings in Seoul, including the presidential Blue House.

In previous statements, North Korea had said the Blue House should be destroyed and did not rule out the assassination of South Korean President Park Geun-hye. The video included dated archival footage of North Korean soldiers riding on tanks as guns are fired, Yonhap reported. FULL REPORT