The North Korean drone was flying dozens of meters (yards) south of the border and turned back to the North after the South fired, South Korean defense and military officials said, requesting anonymity because of office rules.
Which means the six-party talks members will cooperate on ways to promote adoption of the United Nations Security Council resolution, which will impose new sanctions on Pyongyang.
South Korean army soldiers search for suspected North Korean leaflets on a field in Paju, near the border with North Korea. "The three countries - U.S., Japan and South Korea - agreed that there needs to be a meaningful new sanctions resolution out of the U.N. Security Council and we'll be cooperating very closely toward that end".
Beijing is seen as North Korea's diplomatic and economic protector and although China
"I can't really make out what they're saying", says South Korean Nam Tae-woo, 83, who lives in Paju, a village inside the demilitarized zone.
With China being North Korea's biggest trading partner and a veto-wielding member of the United Nations Security Council, Park is urging Chinese President Xi Jinping to use his influence to rein in Kim.
Park also called on the South Korean parliament to pass a controversial anti-terrorism act to prevent North Korean cyber hacks and attacks by extremist groups.
Park Geun-hye's comments came as Seoul said North Korea had flown leaflets across the border describing her and her government as "mad dogs" as Cold War-style propaganda warfare continued between the rivals.
KCNA North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in this undated file
His analysis is echoed by the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS), which cited two frames of video from North Korea's state media where flames engulf the missile and small parts of its body break away.
Despite much worldwide skepticism about whether Pyongyang had actually exploded a hydrogen bomb rather than a less powerful atomic bomb, the test sparked global outcry, including from China, which is a huge supplier of energy and aid to North Korea.
The recent cold war between North and South Korea shows one thing-North Korea is incorrigible.
The vast majority of North Korea's business dealings are with its ally China.
South Korea, the USA and Japan's top nuclear envoys are meeting this evening in Seoul, in the wake of North Korea's fourth nuclear test last week. News agency's commentary said that the test was an indispensable stage on the "normal course" which other countries had taken to the development of a two-stage fission-fusion H-bomb.
But North Korea now has no real access to USA banks and its leadership has survived worldwide sanctions for years.
"This is in everyone's interests and is everyone's responsibility, including China and South Korea", he said.
In response to mounting calls for tougher sanctions on the DPRK following its announcement of the hydrogen bomb test, China said Tuesday that all sides concerned should work together to bring the Korean Peninsula nuclear issue to the negotiation table. I believe China knows very well that fifth and sixth nuclear tests by the North in the future can not be stopped and the true peace and stability of the Korean Peninsula can not be guaranteed unless its strong will is translated into actual, necessary actions.