NORTH Korea is feared to be ready for missile test tonight in a final warning to Donald Trump as he arrives on Kim’s doorstep.

Trump will bet jetting into South Korea today on his tour of Asia – set for a one-on-one chat with President Moon Jae-in.

The US President will be in Seoul, which is just 35 miles from the border with North Korea and just 120 miles from the capital Pyongyang.

Spooks now fear the rogue state will be planning a massive missile launch to send a message to Trump as he gets the closest he has ever been to Kim.

Missile movements have been detected across North Korea, while US and South Korean spy planes have been working overtime as they try to sniff out what Kim is up to.

“Rocket man is on a suicide mission”, Donald Trump
War fears have reached an all-time high this year as the two powers square-up to each other promising nuclear annihilation.

North Korea next step will be to launch a nuclear-capable missile out into the heart of the Pacific, experts believe.

Kim’s rogue state has been talking up the possibility of the dreaded Juche Bird, a live nuclear explosion over the ocean – the first of it’s kind for 30 years.

An unannounced test of this kind would be the ultimate provocation and is likely to spark World War 3.

Launching an unarmed ICBM out into the Pacific is believed to be the rogue state’s next step – a proof-of-concept for the Juche Bird.

This would North Korea’s largest scale missile test to date and a unprecedented show of force to the US.

Previously experts told Daily Star Online that a “battle-ready” launch will be the next step for North Korea.

Harry Kazianis, director of defence studies at the Centre for the National Interest in the US, said: “they are going to go over Japan and drop it into the mid-Pacific.

They need to test those missiles in battlefield conditions.” “They need to do that, because shooting missiles up in the air isn’t how you would do it in a war.”

Eerie silence has fallen over the Korean Peninsula as Kim has not launched a missile since September 15.

Reports also emerged of a massive collapse at his nuclear test-site Punggye-ri killing 200 workers.

The disaster occurred just days after North Korea detonated its most powerful nuclear bomb ever on September 3 – five times more powerful than the weapon dropped on Hiroshima.

Fears loom the incident could force Kim’s hand into more overground testing as the mountain test-range is said to be on its last legs risking total collapse.

Nuclear war fears have reached new heights this year North Korea refuses to give up its nuclear programme despite pressure from the UN. Kim believes obtaining nuclear weapons will secure his rule in Pyongyang and allow him to blackmail his neighbours and the US.

Trump has spent the last few days in Japan and will today arrive in South Korea for a meeting with President Moon and meetings with the US Army.

Reports also emerged of a massive collapse at his nuclear test-site Punggye-ri killing 200 workers.

The disaster occurred just days after North Korea detonated its most powerful nuclear bomb ever on September 3 – five times more powerful than the weapon dropped on Hiroshima.

Fears loom the incident could force Kim’s hand into more overground testing as the mountain test-range is said to be on its last legs risking total collapse.

Nuclear war fears have reached new heights this year North Korea refuses to give up its nuclear programme despite pressure from the UN. Kim believes obtaining nuclear weapons will secure his rule in Pyongyang and allow him to blackmail his neighbours and the US.

Trump has spent the last few days in Japan and will today arrive in South Korea for a meeting with President Moon and meetings with the US Army.