Pence said the Trump Administration wants to persuade North Korea to abandon its nuclear weapons "through peaceful means", but he repeated the Administration's warning that "all options are on the table".
The Trump team has signaled it intends to chart a new path when it comes to dealing with North Korea, though analysts say there aren't too many new options to try.
The vice president brought greetings from President Donald J. Trump and commended the troops for their vigilance "here along this historic frontier of freedom".
"They don't want to see chaos in North Korea but they also are not fans of a unified Korean peninsula because what they don't want to see is USA military force on their border in a unified Korea", Townsend said.
"[North Korea] is ready to react to any mode of war desired by the U.S.", Kim In Ryong, North Korea's deputy United Nations ambassador, said in Panmunjom, North Korea.
"The United States is troubled by China's economic retaliation against South Korea for taking appropriate steps to defend itself", the Vice President said.
Noting Trump's recent military actions in Syria and Afghanistan, Pence said, "North Korea would do well not to test his resolve", or the USA armed forces in the region.
Some economists have criticized the Trump administration's focus on trade deficits as a way of viewing US economic ties with the rest of the world.
Pence arrived in Tokyo on Tuesday from South Korea and reassured Japan of US commitment to reining in North Korea's nuclear and missile ambitions in a series of meetings with Japanese leaders, including Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
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Pence, who is on a 10-day visit to Asia, declined Wednesday to disclose whether the US had any role in Pyongyang's missile failure.
"China expresses serious concern with recent trends about North Korea's nuclear and missile development", he said.
"I think at the 100-day marker, the American people are going to conclude what I have concluded: President (Donald) Trump is off to a great start". Lu said Beijing wants to resume the multi-party negotiations that ended in stalemate in 2009 and suggested that USA plans to deploy a missile defense system in South Korea were damaging its relations with China.
"The President's decision to launch cruise missiles into Syria at the very airbase that launched a horrific chemical attack, which was the right decision", he said.
"Why would I call China a currency manipulator when they are working with us on the North Korean problem?"
"We have to be honest about where our trade relationship is falling short", said Pence, adding the Trump administration would work with businesses on reforms.
The world had feared that at the weekend Kim Jong-un would order a nuclear test to coincide with annual celebrations - the failed missile test that occurred was less provocative.
The US administration has come under criticism following revelations that the strike group led by the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson was actually heading in the opposite direction despite an earlier announcement that it would be heading to waters off the Korean Peninsula.
Tension has been building on the peninsula in recent days, amid warnings that the country's nuclear site is "primed and ready" for another test.