On 23 November 2010, Norkth Korean military bombarded Yeonpyeong-do, a small island on West Sea of South Korea. Following a South Korean artillery exercise in waters in the south, North Korean forces fired around 170 artillery shells and rockets at Yeonpyeong Island, hitting both military and civilian targets. The shelling caused widespread damage on the island, killing four South Koreans and injuring 19. It was the first artillery engagement between South Korea and North Korea since the cease-fire of the Korean War.
This is the record of the aftermath of the bombardment.