South Korean marine troops reportedly opened fire at Asiana Airlines flight OZ-324 on its way from Chengdu to Seoul on Friday morning.
The troops, stationed on Gyodong Island, mistook the commercial passenger plane for a North Korean military vessel as it was just a few miles south of the DPRK border and fired off and for about 10 minutes fired 99 rounds with their K-2 rifles.
The plane was out of range, and no one on board noticed the fire. Asiana Airlines spokesman was quoted as saying that the plane did not suffer any damage and all 119 passengers landed safely at Seoul Incheon International Airport.
Update: South Korean Military spokesman Colonel Lee Bung-woo apologized for the incident during a press conference, assuring attendees that "the military will seek measures to prevent recurrences by strengthen [sic] training for soldiers on distinguishing warplanes and civilian jets". However the two firing soldiers were not punished as they "acted in line with rules of engagement".