North Korea fired two unidentified projectiles into the sea off its eastern coast on Friday morning, South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) said in a statement.
It is the latest in a series of launches to protest United States-South Korea joint military drills.
It was the sixth round of launches within three weeks.
The South Korean military said the projectiles were fired from near the city of Tongchon of Kangwon province into the East Sea, also known as the Sea of Japan.
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"The military is monitoring the situation in case of additional launches while maintaining a readiness posture," the JCS said.
It was the sixth round of launches since last month, with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un labeling them a "solemn warning" about US-South Korean joint military drills that began earlier this month.
North Korea has always been infuriated by the war games, decrying them as rehearsals for an attack.
Earlier on Friday, Pyongyang's Country Peaceful Reunification Committee released a statement saying it rejected comments by South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Thursday outlined his desire for unification, saying it had nothing else to discuss with South Korean authorities.
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The North's statement blamed the South for the deadlock of the" historic Panmunjom declaration ", adding:" We have nothing to talk any more with the South Korean authorities nor have any idea to sit with them again. "
North Korea's recent tests have dampened the optimism that followed the third and final meeting between US President Don ald Trump and Kim on June 30 at the inter-Korean border.
The leaders agreed to resume working-level nuclear talks, but there have been no known meetings between the two sides since then.
So far, North Korea has stuck with its unilateral suspension of nuclear and long-range missile tests, which came during its diplomatic outreach to Washington last year.
UN resolutions prohibit North Korea from launching ballistic missiles, whether short-, medium- or long-range -range.