The North Korean Hwasong-14 is a liquid fueled ICBM of estimated 6000 km range.
The Hwasong-14 appears to be related to the Hwasong-12 IRBM with an added upper stage.
The missile conducted its maiden flight on 14 July 2017 from a site near Kosong, likely Panghyon Aircraft Factory, on a lofted short range trajectory of 933 km range and 2802 km apogee height, which hints to a maximum range of about 6000 km. A second flight friom Mupyong-ni on 28 July 2017 had an apogee of 3724 km and a range of 998 km, which hints to a maximum range of more than 9000 km.
No: TNo: Type Date LS Payload
1 1 Hwasong-14 04.07.2017 * PaA R&D 2 2 Hwasong-14 28.07.2017 * Mup R&D Planned launches: Launch sites: Mup = Mupyong-ni, No. 65 Factory, Chagang Province, North Korea † PaA = Panghyon Aircraft Factory, Kusong County, North P’yŏngan Province, North Korea † * = suborbital Failures: