Crowds gathered on streets and bridge near the square amid police presence
During rally the local cellphone network is understood to have been switched off
Comes as Kim Jong Un said country would soon reveal new 'strategic weapon'
Thousands of North Koreans gathered in a mass rally on Sunday morning expressing support for leader Kim Jong Un after his threats to create a 'new strategic weapon' over anger at stalled nuclear talks with the US.
Crowds gathered on the streets and the bridge near Kim Il Sung square amid a heavy police presence in Pyongyang, as reported by NK News.
During the rally the local cellphone network is understood to have been switched off, and a number of senior party figures are said to have attended.