KRT - NO ACCESS NKOREA

SHOTLIST:

Chongjin - Recent

1. Wide of North Korean students in military uniforms training with rifles

2. Close-up of a senior military figure talking to students holding rifle

3. Mid of North Korean students in military uniforms listening to woman in military uniform

4. Close-up of North Korean students in military uniforms

5. Mid pull out of North Korean students chanting with rifles

6. Mid of North Korean students loading rifle magazines

7. Mid of poster, pull out to students shooting at targets

8. Close-up of rifle sights, pull focus to targets

9. Mid of students shooting at firing range

10. SOUNDBITE (Korean) No Name Given, North Korean student:

"As I fire guns thinking about bringing this situation to an end, I feel great as if I swept off the warmongers in the White House and Pentagon."

11. Various of students shooting at targets

North Hwanghae Province - Recent

12. Various of North Korean students marching with flags

13. SOUNDBITE (Korean) No Name Given, North Korean student:

"I cannot stand it anymore. We're scared of nothing."

14. Close-up of propaganda picture reading (Korean) "Recklessly sweep off the enemies when they come at us."

15. Mid of students marching

Pyongyang - recent

16. Mid of North Korean light industry worker in a cable factory

17. Close-up of machine in operation

18. Mid tilt-down of workers by machine

19. SOUNDBITE (Korean) Kim Sang Hi, North Korean citizen:

"Countries who have nuclear power have never been invaded by the aggressive enemies, and it makes me realise that our choice is fair."

Nampo - Recent

20. Mid of North Koreans in military uniforms standing in line

21. Mid pan of people gathered in a square

22. SOUNDBITE (Korean) Kim Sang Gi, military officer:

"The enemies now do not even have a chance to regret their actions, and I declare with gunstocks that they should realise that their destiny is determined already. "

23. Mid of people applauding in square

24. Wide of people chanting

25. KRT end logo

AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY

Paju, South Korea - April 5, 2013

Paju

13. Various of tourist listening to explanation about North Korea at the Unification Observatory

14. Various of map of North Korean terrain

15. Various of tourists at top of observatory

16. SOUNDBITE: (English) David Tan, 57, accountant from Malaysia:

"I think it's just a verbal threat to ... maybe he (Kim Jong Un) has been a new leader that he has to start something a little bit more exciting, you know, to focus people's attention."

17. SOUNDBITE: (English) Michico Yaguchi, 44, housewife from Japan:

"Very scared. Because (range of North Korea's missiles) include Japan and Guam, so we are very scared about the missile."

18. Various of tourists taking photos of North Korean terrain

VOICE-OVER SCRIPT:

FROM THE AIRWAVES OF NORTH KOREAN TELEVISION ... SIGNS THAT TENSIONS REMAIN HIGH IN THE PACIFIC.

STUDENTS IN MILITARY UNIFORMS PRACTICING THEIR SHOOTING ...

DENOUNCING JOINT MILITARY EXERCISES BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND SOUTH KOREA.

(NATS UP Korean)

SOUNDBITE (Korean) No Name Given, North Korean student:

THIS STUDENT SAYS "As I fire guns thinking about bringing this situation to an end, I feel great as if I swept off the warmongers in the White House and Pentagon."

WHILE THE MILITARY EXERCISES BETWEEN THE U-S AND ITS KOREAN ALLY ARE ROUTINE ... NORTH KOREA SAYS THEY ARE REHEARSALS FOR AN INVASION ... AND THAT IT NEEDS NUCLEAR WEAPONS TO DEFEND ITSELF.

MILITARY OFFICIALS SAY THE NATION HAS MOVED A MISSILE WITH CONSIDERABLE RANGE TO ITS EAST COAST ... BUT IT IS A MISSILE BELIEVED TO HAVE LIMITED REACH, NOT ABLE TO HIT THE U-S.

SOME OF THE SABER-RATTLING ... SEEN AS A WAY FOR NEW LEADER KIM JONG UN TO ESTABLISH HIS RULE.

IN SOUTH KOREA ... THE TENSIONS HAVE PEOPLE NERVOUS. THIS OBSERVATION POINT ALONG THE BORDER ... STILL DRAWING TOURISTS FOR A PEEK INTO NORTH KOREA.

SOUNDBITE: (English) David Tan, 57, accountant from Malaysia:

"I think it's just a verbal threat to ... maybe he (Kim Jong Un) has been a new leader that he has to start something a little bit more exciting ... "

SOUNDBITE: (English) Michico Yaguchi, 44, housewife from Japan:

"Very scared. Because (range of North Korea's missiles) include Japan and Guam, so we are very scared about the missile."

SOUTH KOREA'S DEFENSE MINISTRY SAYS IT IS POSSIBLE THAT MISSILE ... COULD HAVE THE RANGE TO REACH GUAM.

LEE POWELL, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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