North Korea carried out two missile tests last month that it claims puts the United States within range.
Kim Jong Un and his progenitors have always relied on unpredictability as their main diplomatic and political tactic. Has North Korea met its match with Donald Trump?
An ejection test carried out on Sunday was the third of its kind in a month.
The setting for the banquet, reportedly held on Sunday, was the same as the one held earlier this month.
Army Chief of Staff General Mark Milley warned, however, that war in the Korean peninsula would be "highly deadly" and "horrific".
More than just propaganda, the stamps provide an important source of foreign currency for North Korea.
Ri Sol Ju did not, however, get a drink to toast North Korea's missile developers' success.
After North Korea's successful test this week, the answer isn't particularly reassuring.
The president invited the global community to unite in condemnation of the country's latest missile test.
The dollar fell to a five-month low against the safe-haven yen, while the U.S. dollar index was down 0.4 percent.
Moscow and Beijing want a diplomatic solution to the rising tensions between the U.S. and North Korea.