A Korean Destroyer Approaching the Coastline of China
|People's Republic and China|| Greater Korean Republic |
Republic of China
|Ju Hianto|| Sang Isuel |
|1,000,000 men|| 10,000 men |
1st and 2nd Fleet
The Sino-Korean War is an conflict between the People's Republic of China and the Greater Korean Republic, and started on July 28th, 2012, after the Chinese government declared war on the Greater Korean Republic. Although the GKR did not want an war, the Chinese decided it was the best option, and went to war.
- 7/30 - Cruise missiles from China strike at bridge crossings across the Yalu and Tumen Rivers, trapping Greater Korean residents on the hostile side of the river. More cruise missiles struck the Korean 1st and 2nd fleet, damaging one destroyer and sinking another. The total death toll from this engagement was 1,122 men lost at sea.
- The Korean Cyberspace Command launcher cyberattacks against the Chinese government, bringing down anti-air and ship emplacements across the country, and disrupt communications among between Chinese forces.
- Following the cyberattack, the 1st and 2nd Carrier Groups launched air and missile attacks on airbases, naval bases, and SAM emplacements. The attack destroyed anti-ship and SAM emplacements around Macau, Hong Kong, and Shanghai, and crippled the navy and air force within the region. However, the attack came at the cost of 234 airmen, but 567 Chinese sailors or airmen were killed in the attacks.
- 7/31 - Korean Special Forces and Tibetan seperatist sieze control of the city of Lhasa, and proclaim the independent nation of Tibet. Meanwhile, cruise missile strikes on Shanghai, Hong Kong, Macau, and Beijing begin, while an amphibious force from Taiwan lands and secures an 10-mile wide beachhead. The 1st and 2nd Fleet lands 10,000 troops and secures an beachhead about 20-mile wide. Both amphibious invasions caused heavy causaulties, but were successful.
- Hong Kong falls to the Greater Korean Invasion Force, and the establishment of an defensive perimeter begins.
- 8/1 - An counterattack on Hong Kong by the PLA is unsuccesful, but causes heavy casualties to both sides. The Tibetan seperatist launch an guriella warfare on the PLA as they recapture the city, but casualties are inflicted upon the PLA due to this guriella fight. Cruise missile strikes increase on Beijing, and specifally targeting the Forbidden City, to damage the moral of the civilian population.
- 8/2 - The military force in Hong Kong begins to spread out, and capturing local villages, while another landing party lands east of Shanghai. Cruise missiles continue to strike at Beijing, and forces from the Korean Peninsula cross the river, and begin their mainland invaision of China.
- 8/3 - The military secures Shanghai after an major battle, and begins to secure the city and prepare to capture the coastline. Meanwhile, forces in the north continue to sweep across Manchuria, bringing under one city and another city.