North Korea has fired what appears to be another ballistic missile towards the open sea off the east coast of the Korean peninsula this Wednesday, marking the country’s 14th round of weapon tests this year.

The launch came as the South was preparing for their new president’s inauguration when the newly elected President Yoon Suk-yeol would assume office on May 10th.

Reports from Seoul officials say that the missile was launched just after noon Wednesday from a facility near Pyongyang Sunan International Airport. The area has been the site of previous missile tests, notably the Hwasong-17, its largest intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), fired on March 24th. Reports have surfaced that the test was likely related to the Hwasong-17, but no further intel can be provided as of this time.

The projectile reached a maximum altitude of approximately 480 miles (780 kilometers) and fell into open water about 290 miles (470 kilometers) away. This gives the missile a possible range that of a medium-range ballistic missile.